Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s Ad Creation Tools, Instagram’s Reels Engagement Features, LinkedIn’s ‘Repost’ Option & More…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • July 22, 2022,

1.Google Launches Three New Ad Creation Tools

Google has announced three new tools to make the process of creating ads and collaborating with team members much easier. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

2. Instagram Introduces New Ways to Collaborate and Create Reels

Instagram has announced new features to make it more fun and easier to collaborate, create and share reels. [Source: Meta Newsroom]

3. LinkedIn Looks to Make ‘Repost’ a Default Post Engagement Option

LinkedIn has launched a new ‘Repost’ option on feed updates, which provides a simple way to help amplify a post to LinkedIn audiences. [Source: Social Media Today]

4. Instagram Launches ‘Searchable Map’ That Allows Users To Explore Popular Tagged Locations

Instagram has rolled out its searchable map feature to help users explore some of the most famous tagged locations. [Source: Digital Information World]

5. LinkedIn Launches Native Carousel Posting Option

LinkedIn has finally announced a new ‘Carousel’ post option enabling users to choose multiple still images or video clips to add to a post. [Source: Social Media Today]

6. Meta Introduces New Way to Buy Products on Instagram

Meta has introduced a new way to make purchases from businesses on Instagram straight from the direct messenger. [Source: Meta Newsroom]

7. Google Lets Businesses Set Auto Responses To Common Questions

Google has rolled out a new feature for Business Profiles, allowing businesses to set up automated responses to frequently asked questions. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

8. YouTube Launches Text Markup Options in Video Descriptions, New Loyalty Badge Options

YouTube has rolled out text markup options within video descriptions in the app and it has also added new custom loyalty badge options. [Source: Social Media Today]

9. Snap Launches Snapchat For Web To Bring The App’s Core Features To Desktop

Snapchat has launched a desktop browser-based version of its service, starting with subscribers of Snapchat+. [Source: Tech Crunch]

10. YouTube Reduces Length Of Copyright Dispute Process

YouTube has announced several updates to improve the copyright dispute and appeal process. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

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