Metaverse this, Metaverse that…unless you’ve been somewhere with no internet activity, chances are you’ve seen articles, blogs, social media posts, and news stories about Facebook’s transformation *ahem*, ascension into Meta. As in, an all-powerful digital world where people can do everything they do in real life, only with Virtual Reality headsets and other fun stuff. It feels like we’re in the early days of Ready … Continue reading So…what’s a metaverse anyway?
They often say, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”. Facebook has now launched a Reels feature for its US-based – a whopping 250 million people. This new feature has notably popped up once TikTok announced crossing one billion users on their platform. Seems a little convenient doesn’t it? Well, it is. This is part of an ongoing pattern that is more identified with Instagram … Continue reading Facebook Reels, you mean Instagram Reels? Oh wait, you mean TikTok – right?
Facebook has announced that it has added two new destinations to its data portability options for when users want to move their data from the social network. According to TechCrunch, Product Manager Hadi Michel said that the new data transfer tool gives users more clarity on what they can share to which platforms. They mentioned that users can launch multiple transfers, with better fine-grain control … Continue reading Facebook Allows Users to Move Images to Photobucket and Event Listings to Google Calendar
Another exciting update is about to come for Facebook users! Over the past few months, the social media platform has hinted at launching a variety of updates, from promotion tags to image motion effects. This time, Facebook is testing animated reactions to shared posts on the news feed. According to social media expert Matt Navarra’s post, users will have an option to add animated reactions … Continue reading Facebook is Testing Animated Reactions
Facebook announced a major overhaul for Pages today. Facebook Pages are public accounts used by organisations, public figures, events, etc. to share content, news, and updates. It’s different from personal profiles, which can be set to public or private settings and are usually used by individuals. The changes, which will be rolled out over the coming weeks include: a more streamlined layout, dedicated Pages news … Continue reading Major Facebook Revamp Coming To You Soon