Twitter is reportedly set to scrap its “like” feature, a move that would be meant to improve the overall quality of the interactions on the platform.
According to a report by the Telegraph, Twitter ceo Jack Dorsey told employees at an in-house event last week that he “was not a fan of the heart-shaped button” and that the social service would be eliminating it “soon.”
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Twitter, in a tweet Monday by its PR team responding to the Telegraph story, neither confirmed nor denied a thought to discontinue “likes,” saying solely that it’s “rethinking everything regarding the service” (including the “like” button).
Facing criticism that it spreads extremism and misinformation, Facebook is taking new steps to respond. It’ll more closely monitor groups that unfold fake info and limit links that are more prominent on Facebook than across the net. It’s additionally adding more professional fact checkers from outside the corporate.
Facebook says it’s rolling out a large range of updates aimed toward combating the unfolding of false and harmful data on the social media website. The updates will limit the visibility of links found to be significantly more prominent on Facebook than across the net as a full. Facebook is calling this a “click-gap” signal.
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Filmed from the app, TikTok videos are vertical or 9:16. However Instagram doesn’t permit you to share full 9:16 videos; the max size for an Instagram Post is 4:5. To post TikTok videos on Instagram without cropping, you need to resize the video first and add padding on the left and right.
Posting TikTok videos is a fun way to show off a music video you recorded or production you created. People put plenty of work into TikTok videos; therefore why not publish them on your Instagram for the world to see? This same technique applies for any narrow, 9:16 video you film or have saved on your phone.
In this article, I’ll describe how to resize your videos so you can post TikTok videos on Instagram. This tutorial uses a free, online video editing website called Kapwing. Kapwing works on both your phone and computer, and you won’t need to download any software to use it.
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