Facebook Revamps Its Settings Page
It Is now organized into six broad categories.
Facebook Boots NYU Researchers Who Were Using a Browser Extension to Study Political Ads
Ad Observer was rolled out last September to make it easier to search by specific election and state.
Reddit Gives Users More Ways to Control Spam
The platform provided an update on its new video player.
Snickers Closes Out Twitter Fleets With a Grab Some Nuts Day Stunt
A “sweepstakes” was timed to go live just as the disappearing tweets feature disappeared.
WhatsApp: How to Use the Billie Eilish Happier Than Ever Sticker Pack
The embellishments are inspired by the musician's latest album.
Twitter Tests Tweaks to Sensitive Media Label Appeal Process
A small group of users in Japan, Mexico, U.S. are included.
WhatsApp Starts Letting Users Set Photos, Videos as ‘View Once’
Media marked as such will disappear from chats once it is seen.
YouTube Shorts Fund Goes Live
The Google-owned video site said creators now have 10 ways to monetize its platform.
TikTok to Convert Creator Accounts to Personal Accounts
A new Creator Tools section will provide access to analytics, Creator Portal, promote, Q&A.
Twitter: 70 Gaming Tweets Are Sent Each Second
The social network analyzed video game-related chatter on its platform.
Twitter Teams Up With AP, Reuters on Misinformation
The two news heavyweights will work with the social network’s curation team.
Instagram Adds Hub for Businesses to Its Professional Dashboard
Quality organic and promoted posts from other brands are displayed to help spark inspiration.
Yelp Debuts Refreshed Logo, App Icons
Users opening the app will see a playful animation featuring the new look.
Twitter Enables Sign Up, Login via Apple ID, Google Account
The former is iOS-only, for now.
LinkedIn to Debut Limited Series Reshuffle, on How Covid-19 Shaped the World of Work
Emmy Award-winning journalist Tamron Hall will host.