After reporting plenty of updates on Facebook of late, it’s now Twitter’s turn! The social media platform has confirmed it’s working on a new feature, currently dubbed “Birdwatch,” that could let the Twitter community warn one another about tweets that could cause harm.
We live in an ever-changing technological world and social media in particular changes almost daily. It’s never been easier to stay connected to people and to keep up-to-date with the world around us. We can now tailor our feeds so that we see the exact content we want to see, and block and report accounts… Read more »
Several new features for Twitter conversations were announced at CES, Las Vegas yesterday, including the option to choose who can reply to your tweet (if anyone).
A group of celebrities, politicians and campaigners have made a pledge this week not to publicise online abuse, but instead to mute, block and report social media trolls. This follows the release of the #DontFeedTheTrolls report, published yesterday by new charity, Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). The report suggests that hate speech including homophobia,… Read more »
Twitter has been one of the main players in the social media game since its arrival back in 2006. Amy, one of our Social Media Managers here at SCS, takes a look at what makes a good Twitter bio, and what your brand can do to make yours really stand out!