Social Snapshot – 19.02.2020

Fallen behind on the past week’s news? Fear not, we’re here for you with a roundup of the latest updates from the industry! Carry on reading for more…

 

LinkedIn’s highlighting achievements.

LinkedIn is adding a new ‘Featured’ section to profiles, where users can display their latest achievements at the top of their profiles. It’s time to start showing off!

 

Find out more details here.

 

Facebook’s testing out algorithm options.

Remember the days when you used to see Facebook posts in order of posting? Well, it seems Facebook is testing out an option for users to switch algorithm options.

 

Find out more details here.

 

Snapchat’s getting a makeover.

If you missed our blog the other day, it’s time you caught up! Snapchat is testing out a new redesign to simplify navigation.

 

Find out more details here.

 

Facebook’s highlighting tags and #’s.

Another test! Facebook has been found testing a new feature that highlights tags and hashtags in posts, but will this help improve engagements?

 

Find out more details here.

 

Are Twitter Stories coming?

Twitter has acquired Chroma Labs, the Stories template inventors who brought up Boomerang. But does this mean Stories are coming to Twitter?

 

Find out more details here.

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