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Twitter Introduces Twitter Offers: This Week in Social Media

Welcome to our weekly edition of what's hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What's New This Week? Twitter Introduces Twitter Offers: "This feature, Twitter Offers, enables advertisers to create card-linked promotions and share them directly...

Twitter to track your apps to help it deliver a 'more tailored experience'

Use Twitter? Did you know the service will soon start tracking which apps you have installed on your device? The move by the social media company to begin delving into your app library is designed to help it "deliver more tailored content" to your timeline.

Facebook Adds Relevance Score, Positive and Negative Feedback to Ad Insights - AllFacebook

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Flipboard Adds The Wall Street Journal To Its News Discovery Apps

Flipboard has spent the last several years tying to convince publishers the value of having their content show up in its apps. Today the Wall Street Journal, one of the last major holdouts in the U.S., will allow Flipboard users to view its news stories there.

Vine adds a feature so you'll never miss your favorite videos

Vine upgraded its app on Tuesday to include a "favorite" option, so you can make sure that you see any and all videos from your most treasured Vine users. The new feature will send a push notification and notify you in your feed when a favorited account posts a video.

You can now edit Microsoft Office documents from within Dropbox

Dropbox just made good on its earlier promise of integrating its mobile apps with Microsoft Office. The cloud storage company updated its iOS ( App Store link and Android ( Google Play link) apps on Tuesday with new Microsoft Office support that allows users users to open documents, spreadsheets or presentations stored in their Dropbox accounts and edit them with Office apps.

Twitter Shows In-Tweet Analytics

Everyday we read about a new experiment that Twitter is working on. Today, the social network started rolling out (albeit selectively) in-tweet analytics that show in greater detail how well your tweets perform. Also Read: Twitter Releases Offers Card This new feature was first spotted by The Verge.

Facebook puts more emphasis on local page review scores - Inside Facebook

Facebook, in recent months, has been building up its local page review interface. Now, review scores are highlighted in bright blue in more places and people can click through and sort reviews based on star rating, most helpful and most recent.

A new look for the Android app

A few weeks ago, the iOS app got a brand new look, and this week, it's the Android app's turn to shine. Here's what's new: 1. Simplified navigation makes it easier to find your way2. Visual tweaks make it feel more Android-friendly3.

YouTube Creators Can Now Pick a URL That Reflects Their Channel Name

You know how it goes: one day you decide to open a YouTube account under the name of 'JimmyLovesCats', and on another you decide to start uploading your favorite videos of your feline friend. Before too long, you have a following on your Channel, and a branding problem.

Medium Launches Tool to Help You Build Beautiful Charts

Medium has today unveiled a handy tool called Charted for making beautiful charts in a few seconds. The company says that Charted was built as an internal tool by the Product Science team at Medium to help "analyze data and communicate our findings with the team."