The Weekly Round-up- 17th January to 23rd January 2020Jan 24, 2020
In this week's weekly round-up we cover lots of social media updates and our bloggers' mastermind.
You'll need a Facebook account to use Messenger
You can’t sign up to Messenger anymore without an active Facebook profile.
But you can still log in using your credentials from a deactivated Facebook profile.
Read more on this on this blog post: You can’t sign up to Messenger anymore without an active Facebook profile
New features on YouTube Studio
YouTube is making it easier for Creators to understand and resolve Copyright claims with three new features within YouTube Studio.
This brings fairness in the case of a copyright strike to protect all parties.
Check out more details on this here
Some hilarious stuff
New Twitter and YouTube Features
A new feature on twitter lets you define your tweets’ audience.
This could previously be done only on promoted tweets.
Instagram updates and features
From layouts to categories, which feature do you like the most?
Check out the features as detailed on this post by Preview App.
You can also access Instagram DMs on the web. This rollout will be available to all very soon.
YouTube ups measures to protect kids
YouTube has announced changes that better protect kids and their privacy, this includes the requirement for all creators to designate their content in YouTube Studio.
This implies anyone watching kids' content will be treated as one.
Check out more details on this post by the WERSM blog.
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Updated search results page
Google has updated its search results page on desktop – presenting site domain names and brand icons prominently along with a bolded “Ad” label for ads.
This includes 'front and center' making it easier to scan results.
Read more on this on the WERSM blog: Google has updated its search results page on desktop