Twitter may soon let you retract a tweet you just sent to fix a typo, make edits or cancel it altogether. That's according to reverse engineering app researcher Jane Manchun Wong who has managed to unearth a work-in-progress interface for an unreleased Undo Send feature.
Curious who is looking at your stuff? If you post an Instagram Story, you can see exactly who has viewed it. But you only have a short time to do it. As you know, Stories are only available for 24 hours and then they’re moved to your Archive. So if you want to see who has looked at your Story, you have 48 hours to do so. Ready? Here’s how it’s done.
Facebook-owned Instagram today unveiled a new live broadcast feature, dubbed Live Rooms, that lets you go live on the service with up to three people. Before the change, you could go live with only one other person in a live broadcast stream.
Facebook has given its feature for downloading account data, dubbed “Access Your Information”, a fresh new coat of paint whilst adding several new capabilities, including seeing how the social network has used your information to personalize your experience.
WhatsApp's surprised users by announcing deep data-sharing integration with Facebook with no opt-out whatsoever, and now the move has attracted regulatory scrutiny in Turkey.
Twitter has acquired the iOS and Android podcast app Breaker for an undisclosed sum to double-down on the creation of new experiences for the Twitter community.
Social media has become such an integral part of peoples’ day to day lives that you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone without an app from this category on their smartphone or tablet. Be it Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or something else not listed here, the simple fact is many make use of these online tools in an effort to keep in touch with one another when they’re otherwise out of touch.
While the messaging and sharing tools found in social media are incredibly convenient, one thing that some users may find cumbersome is that they have to launch the app pertaining to the platform they intend to use just to update their status or to send someone a message. That’s one superfluous step that a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Social Composer by iOS developer 0xKUJ attempts to eliminate from the user experience.
Twitter has rolled back threaded replies because they made conversations harder to read. The vast majority of people who were included in a recent test of this feature considered threaded replies too difficult to use, prompting the company to pull the feature.
Facebook's Dark Mode has been in testing with a smaller subset of users since April 2020. Recently, the social network expanded the test to include more users and is now publicly testing Dark Mode support in its iPhone and iPad app. Follow along with us to learn how to manage Dark Mode in the mobile Facebook app for iPhone and iPad.
When it comes to social media, your username represents who you are. And while most times, you don’t want to change that username because of this, there might be other times when you must. Maybe your username includes your last name that has recently changed or maybe you’re in an uncomfortable situation in that network.
Here, we’ll show you how easy it is to change your username on Instagram, both in the app and online.
There are plenty of reasons why you might want to change a username for one of your social media accounts. Some services make it super easy while others are a little more difficult. As for Skype, you cannot currently change your username but you can change your display name.
Your display name is the one everyone sees when you’re using Skype. So if changing this works for your situation, we’ll show you how to do it.