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Tune into this week’s roundup to find out how your iPhone is spying on you, what Instagram is doing to celebrate Black History Month, and the greatest outfit comparison of all time courtesy of Kylie Jenner’s GRAMMY look!

1. Apple isn’t too happy about apps that secretly record your phone’s screen

by @franticnews via @mashable

The apps on your iPhone are secretly recording you, and Apple is just as shook as the rest of us! It is confirmed that they have been emailing developers to protect users’ privacy rights, but we are still anxious! 

2. Twitter is testing a pop-up mini profile to make threads easier to read

by @nickstatt via @verge

Staying on top of your most recent Twitter thread is about to become a lot simpler as Twitter is testing a new pop-up mini profile. The new feature is playing with a profile overlay option that would be available in threads and on your main feed.

3. Instagram Launches New Creative Tools for Black History Month

by @adhutchinson via @socialmedia2day

For Black History Month, Instagram has created a new campaign called #ShareBlackStories to honor the community and feature African American creators. Alongside the hashtag, Instagram has launched new creative tools for stories that were created by Black artists at Instagram!

4. LinkedIn finally gets around to launching its own live video tool

 via @DigitalTrends

LinkedIn finally gets caught up to the rest of the social world by adding its own live video tool! The new feature was intended to allow businesses to showcase career panels, product announcements, and influencer Q+A’s!

5. First look at Twitter’s Snapchatty new Camera feature

by @JoshConstine and @ingridlunden via @TechCrunch

Is Twitter ripping off Snapchat? A first look at their new camera feature looks maybe a little too similar … as it will allow users to overlay captions over photos.

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Kylie Jenner just became the latest victim of Twitter’s worst-dressed list with this hilarious, but unfortunate, side-by-side comparison!

I’m not wrong pic.twitter.com/J9n7CXqM1w

— TheAC (@TheAudreyC) February 11, 2019

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Tune in to this week’s roundup to learn about the latest sticker Instagram is introducing to Stories, how to take back a message on Facebook before any damage is done, and to see what Chipotle thinks about Adam Levine’s Super Bowl halftime performance.

1. Instagram Stories Quiz Stickers Could be a Step Closer, Another Tool Worth Considering

by @adhutchinson via @socialmedia2day 

Instagram is getting ready to release an exciting feature for Stories. The new “Quiz” sticker could offer additional engagement opportunities by way of Stories. This sticker is a great way to hype up a new product, obtain audience feedback, or let users know a bit more about your personal brand/company.

2. Social media sites can predict your behavior even if you don’t use them

by @GeorginaTorbet via @DigitalTrends

Do you know someone who refuses to get on social media because of privacy concerns? We hate to break it to them, but their privacy is at risk even if they’re not personally on any social platforms. A new study finds that individuals (both on and offline) do not have the power to personally control how their information flows throughout the web….

3. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses how editing tweets could work

by @Johnny_Lieu via @mashable 

You just sent out a tweet and to your horror realized it had a typo. Here’s some good news for those who wish they could fix those darn typos: in an interview Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey he showed what editable tweets might look like. Only time will tell if that feature will implemented.  

4. Daily Crunch: Facebook lets you unsend recent messages

by @anthonyha via @TechCrunch

A risky message, a moment of anger, an unfortunate typo? Facebook is giving you a 10-minute window to fix any combination of those things. The sender can tap on their message and will discover the delete button has a new name: “Remove for you.” There is also a “Remove for everyone” option now which retrieves the message from recipients’ inboxes.  

5. Instagram is putting IGTV previews in your main feed

by @dami_lee via @verge 

Wondering why you’re seeing one-minute IGTV previews on your main Instagram feed? We think Instagram is hinting at the fact that they would like users to go watch that full IGTV video … or just IGTV in general …

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In one of our favorite social media moments from the Big Game, one Twitter user thought Adam Levine looked like a Chipotle bag during the shirtless portion of his Super Bowl halftime performance. Apparently Chipotle agreed, because they RTed the post, which (unsurprisingly) went viral.

adam levine with his shirt off looks like a chipotle bag

— paige (@PaigePierce15) February 4, 2019

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Wow, what an eventful week! Instagram is ramping up its features to allow you to get shareable links to your Stories. Facebook’s “Moments” seems to be in the past. The founding principle of Snapchat may be being fazed out sooner rather than later. And TikTok? Um … you’ll just have to wait and see.

1. Instagram Adds Option to Link to Instagram Stories, Expands Stories Promote Tool

by @adhutchinson via @socialmedia2day 

Have the urge to share your Instagram Stories on other social platforms? Your website? Your email newsletter? Instagram appears to be providing a method to let you do that very thing. Users have the capability to share a direct link back to a Story. This is a total game changer for increasing Stories awareness and engagement for your personal brand or business.  

2. Facebook is shutting down its Moments photo app because nobody knew it existed

by @HillaryGrigonis via @DigitalTrends

Moments come and go … and so is Facebook’s very own photo app, Moments. If you haven’t heard of this mysterious photo app, you’re not alone. Facebook’s offshoot-app’s similarity to Google Photos did not work in its favor, and now it’s on its way out.

3. Snapchat reportedly considering snaps that don’t disappear

by @karissabe via @mashable

Ah, the days when Snapchat was ephemeral. That’s the principle the multimedia messaging app was founded on, right? Well, Snapchat is reportedly entertaining the idea that public snaps would be permanently viewable when publicly submitted to “Our Stories.” Which kind of defeats the purpose …

4. It’s time to pay serious attention to TikTok

by @sarahintampa via @TechCrunch

If when you think of TikTok, you just think “cringy lip-syncing app,” you might need to take a closer look. There are actually quite a few similarities to Vine (RIP). Music and other sound clips serve as the backdrop for act-out memes which are continually reconfigured and remixed by the platforms users. There is a lot of room for creative expression, making it one of the most-used social apps by Gen Z users … and not one to overlook.

5. Facebook plans new products as Instagram Stories hits 500M users/day

by @JoshConstine via @TechCrunch

Half of Instagram’s 1 billion users now utilize Stories daily. Due to the success of Stories, Facebook plans to implement new products this year. Instagram commerce and shopping will get new features, WhatsApp payments will expand to more countries, and Stories will gain new private sharing options. What’s next?

MM’s Pick of the Week! People are eating their own fingers to Kidz Bop music on TikTok

via @mashable

Damn, TikTok! Back at it again with the eating your fingers to “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence (Kidz Bop version) challenge? The only thing we’ll say is this … don’t knock it ‘till you try it! 

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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Here comes another week’s roundup! Get ready to learn about the connection between Netflix and Instagram stories, how to play Heads Up without being in the same room as your friends, a super hip congresswoman’s quest to educate other Dems on all things Twitter, why Pinterest is working as your personal makeup artist, and how to discover the “Original Tweeter” in your favorite thread. 

1. Netflix now lets you share a favorite title directly to Instagram Stories 

by @sarahintampa via @TechCrunch  

Interested in letting your followers know your favorite Netflix shows? Look no further! The media-services provider is intermingling itself with Instagram stories so you can do that very thing.

2. Group Video Chat App Houseparty Adds Games to Broaden its Offering 

by @adhutchinson  via @socialmedia2day  

Love playing Ellen’s Heads Up with family and friends? Now, thanks to Houseparty, you don’t have to be in the same room! The video chat app is looking to further expand its offerings so its users are eventually able to use add-on purchases for more games.

3. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is going to teach Democrats how to be more popular on Twitter

by @kellymakena via @verge

Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York is ready to help get her fellow Dems into social media shape by leading a session with the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee on the criticalness of digital storytelling through Twitter.

4. Pinterest makeup searches can soon be customized by skin tone 

by @HillaryGrigonis  via @DigitalTrends  

Ever wanted to search for makeup and hair inspiration tailored to you? Pinterest has made it possible by letting you filter your searches by skin tone to find that perfect look!

5. Twitter’s Testing a New ‘Original Tweeter’ Tag to Highlight Replies in Threads 

by @adhutchinson  via @socialmedia2day  

Twitter stirs up more controversy by testing the waters with a new feature. The social media site is labeling individuals who began a conversation by identifying them with an “Original Tweeter” tag to help other users better navigate threads.  

MM’s Pick of the Week! ‘Broad City’: Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer Share the Cost of Telling ‘Stories’ Through Social Media

by @BenTTravers  via @IndieWire  

Abbi and Ilana Plan the Best Birthday Ever - Broad City - YouTube

The Season 5 premiere of “Broad City” offers a cautionary tale about the ubiquity of social media. Through a series of “stories” the episode follows Ilana and Abbi as they venture around Manhattan for Abbi’s birthday.  

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Curious what’s happening with your favorite social media apps? Twitter is considering an edit tweet feature, Facebook lets you post 3D photos, and Snapchat friendships have Bitmoji profiles. Read more on all the details in this week’s #MMSocialReport:

1. Dorsey says Twitter is thinking about an edit button to fix typos in tweet

by @IndianIdle via @TheNextWeb 

We are all waiting for that edit button on Twitter. Can we knock some sense into CEO Jack Dorsey for that addition? However, Dorsey did shed some light on the company’s thoughts about building an edit button for tweets. He added, “It could potentially be tooled to help fix typos.” In 2016, Dorsey said that the company “has been thinking a lot” about an edit button for tweets, but nothing came to fruition. Give us the edit button already, Jack!

2. Facebook Bets Big On Stories, Messaging And Watch – Here Are The Biggest Challenges

by @OSchiffey via @adexchanger

The news feed is still a money-printing machine for core Facebook. Nevertheless, people aren’t sharing like they used to. They are now facing some challenges. The company is putting its faith into the “holy trinity” of new monetization opportunities: Stories, messaging and video. Do you think Facebook will come out strong from their challenges?

3. How to Create a 3D Photo on Facebook

by @adhutchinson via @socialmedia2day 

2D photos are so 2017. Recently Facebook rolled out an extension of its Facebook 360 photo capabilities. This extension, called the Facebook 3D photo option, allows users to upload 3D images to their News Feeds – with one caveat. Here’s the catch, Facebook 3D photos aren’t compatible with Facebook Business Pages – other than through the sharing of a post. To create them, you need to have an iPhone 7 Plus or newer – essentially any phone that allows for the Portrait Mode. That means – sorry iPhone 4/5/6 and Android users, but this function doesn’t apply to you (yet)!

4. Custom Photo Filters Are the New Instagram Gold Mine

by @TaylorLorenz via @TheAtlantic 

The world can show flex their photoshop skills on Instagram as custom photo filters are taking Instagram by storm. Users can now buy and download pre-made filters from their favorite influencers to achieve their perfect Instagram aesthetics.

5. Your Snapchat friendships now have their own profiles — and merchandise

by @CaseyNewton via @TheVerge

Snapchat is starting to give in to their no-profiles-necessary way of life. Now Snapchat groups will have  their own profiles will all of the media previously saved from the chat. Users can also buy merchandise featuring group members Bitmojis. Does anyone want to get matching Bitmoji T-Shirts?

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Is your news feed filled with the results of this Thanksgiving prank? With the Thanksgiving holiday almost here, people are pranking their moms by texting them to ask “how long it takes to microwave a 25 lb turkey?” It all started with the photo above going viral. Of course, people have to share the funny responses they receive on social media. Here are some of the best responses compiled by BuzzFeed: 

People Are Asking Their Moms How To Cook A Turkey In The Microwave, And I Can't Stop Laughing https://t.co/ZUN9NVv1eo

— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) November 16, 2018

Metter Media LLC is a Boston-based social media management company that implements community-based, localized social engagement strategies small businesses and corporations alike. Need help with your social media? Email Lauren today.

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Facebook is dodging election nightmares, unsending messages, AND playing matchmaker?? Quite a busy week, we’d say. Find out the dirty details on this week’s #MMSocialReport.

1. Instagram might be working on school Stories 

by @danideahl via @verge 

Have you heard about the new kid at school? That’s right, Instagram seems to be working on a school-based version of stories that would only contain content of that school’s student body.

2.Instagram cashes in on Promote ads for Stories, fresh analytics

by @MobileMktrDaily via @robwilliamsNY 

Instagram’s fresh features help to make the image-sharing app more useful to advertisers that want to reach audiences through Stories. This is perfect for small business that don’t have massive budgets. The “promote” feature lets them transform their stories into ads that can better reach a target audience, transforming these groups into paying customers of Instagram as parent company Facebook’s revenue growth is in decline.

3. Facebook Tries To Avoid Another 2016 Election Nightmare

by @mekosoff via @VanityFair

Facebook hastily announced a potential disinformation campaign just before the midterms, in order to handle how Facebook was used to disseminate disinformation in 2016 and how Mark Zuckerberg reacted to charges about the platform.

4.Facebook will soon give you 10 minutes to unsend messages

by @eightiethmnt via @engadget 

Have you ever sent a message to the wrong person or regretted a message you just sent on Facebook messenger? Finally Facebook got the hint and is improving their messaging game with its new unsend message feature. You can instantly delete a message within 10 minutes of sending it.

5. Facebook Just Launched a New Dating App—and It Has a New Game-Changing Match Feature

by @mlsqueenz via @people 

If you’re sick of relying on Tinder to spice up your dating life, Facebook just announced it’s testing a new dating app. The dating service will exist separate from your Facebook account and remain private as you’ll need to create a new profile. A suggested match will be based on your Facebook preferences, interests, and things you do on Facebook. Read more on the different matchmaking features that will be included on the app.

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I voted! pic.twitter.com/koN5RiS9Ru

— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) November 6, 2018

I voted, you? pic.twitter.com/ZBPIBytYyx

— Zendaya (@Zendaya) November 5, 2018

The buzz of Midterm Elections hit social as celebrities shared their #ivoted stickers, encouraging followers to get out to the polls and practice their civil duties. How did you engage on election day?

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In this week’s roundup, find out how you can up your company’s LinkedIn game, Snapchat lenses and filters are finally coming to your desktop, and… Facebook could be unrecognizable by 2020? Read on to find out how you can share your Shazam-ed songs and which social media platform is considering getting rid of the like button:

1. Vimeo integrates with LinkedIn to enable video publishing to company pages

by @amygesenhuesvia via @Marketingland

Vimeo continues to make it easier for video content to be shared across platforms. The most recent integration is with LinkedIn company pages, which is the first video platform to offer end-to-end integration with LinkedIn. Through Vimeo’s ‘Publish to Social’ feature, business pages can now directly publish videos to LinkedIn.  

2. No, Twitter is not removing its like button ‘soon’, but its considering it

by @ingridlunden via @TechCrunch

What would you do if Twitter removed its like button? Twitter is claiming that they are considering removing it in the near future. Read more on the reasoning behind the bold change and stay on the lookout for what will happen to the like button.

3. Snapchat Introduces Snap Camera, Brings Lenses To Desktop

by @gcsimos via @WeRSM

You can now use Snapchat lenses on your desktop on third-party live streaming apps and video chats through the Snap Camera app. The best part is that Snap Camera can be integrated with Youtube or  Skype. Now available for Mac and Windows, Snap lenses are just a download away and you don’t need to create a Snapchat account to use the app.

4. You can now share songs on Shazam directly to Instagram Stories

by @danideahl via @verge

Shazam and Instagram are teaming up! Shazam just announced a new feature that allows users to identify songs and then immediately post the results to their Instagram Stories. In order to do this, Shazam any song, and then tap the share button. Instagram should pop up as an option if you’re using the newest version of both apps. This prompts the cover art to be posted to your Instagram story along with a button that says “More on Shazam,” which links back to the song page in the Shazam app.

5. Facebook Could Be Unrecognizable by 2020

by @alexismadrigal via @TheAtlantic

It is time for a makeover on Facebook? Facebook is trying to make another substantial shift that will make history. It’s hard to believe now, but it was not always clear that Facebook could make the leap from desktop to mobile while growing revenue.  Not only did Facebook become dominant on mobile, it turned the News Feed into a money-printing machine. Will they take another leap of faith?

MM’s Pick of the Week!

Officers, I swear it wasn't me.
As you can see, I was in New York.
To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation.#itwasntme pic.twitter.com/EDFF9dZoYR

— schwim (@DavidSchwimmer) October 24, 2018

Life after Friends appeared to be rough for David Schwimmer when his doppelgänger was caught on CCTV stealing beers in Blackpool. Schwimmer tweeted out this video with a claim that #itwasntme.

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Halloween is just around the corner, are you hungry for some sweet, juicy information? Our MM Social Report has it all! Youtube is promising to be more transparent with their users, while Twitter is on the mission to improve on their conversation on their platform. Read what features other social media platforms are adding!

1. YouTube promises creators more transparency and expanded features

by @MattBinder @mashable

Youtube announces that they are going to be more transparent with its content creators; from updates on their twitter and their Creator Insider channel, to rolling out their user backend “Youtube Studio” across all channels by 2019, now’s your chance to be the next Youtuber.

2. Instagram group video calling expanded to support up to six people

by @ChanceHMiller via @9to5mac

Instagram announces that its video calling feature will now be able to support up to six people in a single call. Originally only being able to support only four, users can now call their whole friend group at the same time. Ditch your group chat because making weekend plans just got a whole lot easier.

3. How Twitter is testing ways to improve ‘conversation’

by @kerrymflynn @Digiday

Twitter wants to improve the discourse on its platform. What does that mean? Redesign elements of the core Twitter experience like replies to tweets, but also developing new features like statuses, an indicator of who’s online and a redesign of threads with color-coded replies.

4. Facebook is creating a TikTok competitor called Lasso

by @dami_lee @TheVerge 

We have moved on from the days of hair brushes as microphones and bedroom mirrors as stages for all lip syncing purposes. Facebook is now creating an app to compete with other popular lip syncing apps. Users can create 15 second videos of themselves lip syncing to their favorite songs and share them with friends. Now go be your own pop star and share your talents with the world…maybe the hair brush could still be of use.

5. SoundCloud tracks can now be shared to Instagram Stories

by @sarahintampa @TechCrunch

SoundCloud is now making it easier to share those indie tracks and remixes you love to your Instagram stories. But there’s a catch — the tracks are shared as a link that users have to click, which then redirects them to SoundCloud’s app to begin listening.

MM’s Pick of the Week!

ALEXA! Play Baby Shark - YouTube

Thought you didn’t have baby fever? Think again. In this heart melting video, a little girl is faced at an early age with the struggles of modern day technology. She repeatedly demands that Alexa plays her favorite jam but alas, the device doesn’t seem to comply. With a little help from her mom she is able to get her groove on. ALEXA, PLAY BABY SHARK (doo doo doo doo doo doo)

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News is MTV’s The Real World is coming to Facebook, Instagram scrolling may be soon a feature of the past, and Snapchat is becoming a top news outlet for college students. Read more on the latest happenings with social media on this week’s #MMSocialReport:

1. Instagram is testing tapping through posts instead of scrolling 

by @dami_lee via @verge

Say buh-bye to endless scrolling through Instagram in bed. The platform is testing out tapping through posts instead.

2. Facebook is bringing back MTV’s The Real World

by @nickstatt via @verge 

Facebook is rebooting a classic reality TV show with an international twist. It’s set to be co-produced by MTV Studios and Bunim/Murray Productions, a pioneer of reality TV that helped create The Real World, Road Rules, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The Real World made history as the world’s first original reality show and the show is thrilled to create a much-needed reboot for today’s audiences!

3. Snapchat is a popular source for news among college students

by @mallorylocklear via @engadget 

A number of studies have shown that people turn to social media for news. Out of all social networks, Facebook consistently leads the pack in this regard. But a new study from the Knight Foundation has turned up a surprising finding — among college students, Snapchat is the second most popular social media pathway to news behind Facebook. Despite the fact that Snapchat has lost over 3 million of users in the last quarter, maybe Snapchat news will help them get back on track!

4. Youtube went down for over an hour during an abrupt worldwide outage

by @choibboy via @businessinsider

YouTube was down for over an hour across the world… and the world promptly freaked out. The unprecedented outage had users and tech enthusiasts alarmed to the point that the Philadelphia police department tweeted “Yes, our @YouTube is down, too. No, please don’t call 911 – we can’t fix it.” Who knew that one hour without our favorite vlogs and sketches would cause such a pandemonium?

5. Why are so many rappers on LinkedIn?

by @PoppyNoor via @guardiang2 

Many music fans follow their favorite artist on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. What about LinkedIn? It is recorded that more than 30,000 of rappers are using the world’s largest platform to make industry connections. Perhaps it should not come as a surprise though: Jay-Z, Drake, Gucci Mane and Rick Ross have all reportedly had their own LinkedIn profiles. When was the last time you updated your LinkedIn profile?

MM’s Pick of the Week!

The new Palm is a tiny phone to keep you away from your phone https://t.co/7EtjzdvoZM pic.twitter.com/5U1NpkM2ga

— The Verge (@verge) October 15, 2018

Let’s be real. A “tiny” phone won’t keep people away from their “big” phones. Is there really any point to creating a tiny phone that can realistically do everything your big phone can? If you want to be less distracted with your phone, there are settings that can already mute notifications. Comment below and let us know what you think about the new Palm.

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