Fear not, Facebook users: Starting March 20, you are still more than welcome to discuss religion or use profanity to your heart’s content, although you may want to be careful about the second if you’re looking for a job or have younger users on your friends lists.
Ecommerce website solution provider Shopify announced that its clients can now incorporate the application from social commerce solution Easy Social Shop into their sites following an integration between the two companies.
Cross-platform mobile messaging company WhatsApp, which was acquired by Facebook in a $19 billion deal last month, sneaked a unique way to potentially grow its user base into the update to its Android application.
The top 20 brands on Facebook boasted an average of 14,481,490 likes at the end of February and averaged 44 posts for the month, according to the most recent statistics from social media analytics platform Socialbakers.
Facebook appears to be testing a feature that would greatly benefit page administrators who manage multiple pages — the ability to scroll through all of the pages they manage in the “Use Facebook As” option.
Social networking connectivity tool Friendthem will extend its reach into the skies in April, when it will add an “airplane mode” button to its iOS and Android applications, allowing Friendthem users on the same flights to easily exchange connection requests for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
In other news from South By Southwest, Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer and provider of cloud-based digital marketing solutions and predictive media optimization technology, announced an integration with Oracle Social Cloud as part of Oracle’s recently announced open-application-programming-interface-based social media solution.
The redesigns keep humming out of Menlo Park, Calif., as Facebook announced a revamp of its pages for desktop, which will begin rolling out this week, just days after revealing a new look for its News Feed.
Facebook announced an overhaul of the design for its News Feed last week, but why did the social network choose to go in certain directions with its primary destination? News Feed Product Manager Greg Marra spoke with Jennifer Van Grove of CNET and shed some light on the topic.