Ad server and measurement platform Atlas Solutions, which Facebook acquired from Microsoft last February, announced an integration with cloud-based multiscreen advertising company Flite’s Flite Design Studio, as well as its selection of Innovid as its technology platform to deliver video advertising.
Facebook continued its focus on groups with a revamp of its groups discovery page, including not only top suggestions, but also open and closed groups their friends are members of, as well as groups relevant to the locations listed on users’ profiles.
Facebook is eyeing ways to make its groups easier to discover, encouraging group administrators to add descriptive tags to their groups.
Facebook has been making nice with the media this week, following up its addition of two Open Graph tags aimed at helping media outlets and journalists cultivate likes and follows with a list of tips on how the new Video on Instagram features can aid them in their reporting.
There are shortcuts for everything these days — even the @ tag editing we just wrote about Friday.
Facebook now has five different settings for controlling whether and how you get tagged on the site.
Now you can embellish Facebook comments with linked tags to people who aren’t your friends.
We’ve seen loads of confusion over Facebook’s latest changes to places and deals. Allow us to set the record straight: Neither is completely disappearing.
Facebook is phasing out the deals intended to compete directly with Groupon, meaning offers that don’t require a check-in or location tag.
Facebook has posted a user-friendly preview of the forthcoming changes to the site.