Social Media Daily News Roundup 19.02.19

Today’s social media news stories that matter to you rounded up in one place so you don’t have to go anywhere else.

🐵LinkedIn Is Moving Its Core Talent Tools Onto One Platform

🐵Instagram is testing a donation sticker in Stories

🐵Twitter Wants To Stop Pile-Ons With A 'Clarification' Button. Here's How It Would Work

🐵State of the Media Report Live at SocialDay 1-3rd May with Cision

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Instagram is testing a donation sticker in Stories

Instagram is experimenting with a potential donation sticker for its Stories feature, as spotted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. The feature seems similar to what Facebook offers with its fundraising and donation tools for charity or personal reasons. Based on Wong’s screenshot, it looks like users will be able to search through a list of nonprofits to link directly to the sticker.

Twitter Wants To Stop Pile-Ons With A 'Clarification' Button. Here's How It Would Work

Twitter's internal ecosystem functions on the assumption that at some point in the next 48 hours, someone somewhere is going to get ruthlessly dunked upon for something they either said and forgot about or said without thinking. You're labelled a prat, and that's the game.

LinkedIn Is Moving Its Core Talent Tools Onto One Platform

LinkedIn is looking to make life easier, more efficient, and more aligned to the needs of recruiters, and in order to do so it’s for bringing its three core talent tools – Jobs, Recruiter, and Pipeline Builder – “under a single roof” so to speak.  Moving the tools onto one single platform isn’t the only thing it’s doing though. According to a recent LinkedIn announcement, the company is “also taking the opportunity to address other customer needs and build some truly exciting new functionalities.”

State of the Media Report Live at SocialDay 1-3rd May with Cision

Join the Cision team as they take you through the key trends in the media and how they relate to Social Media and better serving your audiences..

Lucy Hall