Sweet Update #15
- Twitter will now enable advertisers to limit who can reply to their promoted tweets.
- Twitter is testing a new way to display images, which will remove the cropped preview in tweet timelines.
- Twitter is looking to launch Spaces for all users next month.
- Twitter will now give users the option to turn off Fleets reactions sent via DM.
- Twitter looks set to take the next big step with its Spaces audio social offering, playing with the idea of giving it a dedicated tab.
- Twitter is testing an option that would enable people to view tweeted YouTube clips in-stream.
- YouTube will now provide more insight into how people are viewing your video content, with data on your connected TV audience.
- YouTube has expanded the roll-out of its pre-publish copyright check tool, which could save creators a lot of headaches.
- YouTube is expanding its 'Shorts' short video option to US users, with a beta launch beginning last week.
- Facebook is looking to ramp up its push against TikTok with a new test to share Reels clips to Facebook.
- Facebook is launching more monetization tools for creators, including a focus on short video clips.
- Facebook's looking to launch its own Clubhouse challenger, with an additional option for its Rooms feature.
- Instagram is testing a handy new automated closed captions sticker for IG Stories.