List Headline Image
Updated by Jakub Prószyński on May 26, 2017
 REPORT
10 items   1 followers   0 votes   447 views

Pijaru Ficzery #24

Facebook is building a Facebook inside Facebook, and that's just great

Facebook has a problem: your Friends list has grown so broad that sharing a photo or status with all of them probably doesn't make much sense. People still do it out of habit, and because there aren't many clear-cut ways to share with just your family or just your close friends.

Facebook Prompting Users Who Likes Posts Where Pages Are Tagged to Like Those Pages, Too - AllFacebook

Starting October 13, Social Media 201 picks up where Social Media 101 left off, to provide you with hands-on instruction for gaining likes, followers, retweets, favorites, pins, and engagement. Social media experts will teach you how to make social media marketing work for your bottom line and achieving your business goals.

Google Will Add Polling Feature

Just when everyone thought that Google is planning to shut down Google+, there comes a surprise move. After a series of ups and downs, Google announced a small new improvement on Hangouts and now an acquisition. That's true; Google acquired Polar, a startup that allows users to create visual polls for their websites or apps.

Cast Photos, Videos, and Links from Google+ for Android

If you're still using Google+ and you have a Chromecast, there's an update to the Android app that you'll want to snap up. Now you can cast a slideshow of videos, photos and links shared to your stream. So far the update only seems to be for the Android version of Google+.

YouTube for Android Gets Offline Video Playback in India

Google will soon allow Android users in India to download YouTube videos and watch them offline. The announcement was made alongside its first 'Android One' smartphones, a new initiative designed to give users a premium, Google-driven experience at cheaper price-points.

Facebook now weighs your opinions on which ads are good and bad

Facebook today announced some changes to its ad platform that give users a say into which ads do or don't get shown to other users. The social network has for years offered little buttons to let you "hide" specific ads, but now, Facebook will give users the opportunity to say why they've hidden something.

Power Editor update: preview News Feed ads during creation, bulk import News Feed ads - Inside Facebook

Facebook is rolling out changes to Power Editor that allow advertisers to preview ads as they're being created, instead of posting something to the page and then promoting it.

You can now 'return' Android apps for up to two hours after purchase

Google Play's return policy has always been a nice perk of being an Android user. If you don't like an app you've just paid for and downloaded, you can simply head back into Google's store, say you want a refund, and you're done.

Twitter 'Buy' Button Launches (Alongside New Twitter Commerce T&Cs) - AllTwitter

We've been tracking the rumours for a while and now, finally, Twitter's 'Buy' button has launched, and with it some new Twitter commerce terms and conditions. News of the update came via the official Twitter blog . Today we are beginning to test a new way for you to discover and buy products on Twitter.

Facebook: Posts With Expiration Date? Why Not!

And the updates just keep coming. As TheNextWeb reports, another feature might just be on the plans for the mega network. This time, Facebook is testing expiration date on posts - you read it right. Also Read: Facebook Starts Showing View Count On Autoplay Videos This new feature has been reported from various users during the...