Top 5 Social Media News This Week

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Unless you were on other planet or going through a 7-day no internet access life experience, you must have heard about Facebook this week. The social media a giant was all over the news: adding a drawing feature on Messenger, allowing page admins to save draft posts and even launching a whole new anonymous sharing app, yes this week was a Facebook week!

But because we also like to share other great stuff, we also took you to a trip around the world with the first ever Instagram travel guide! That and also we felt like we should let you know: women rule over social media!

Are you ready for this week’s Top 5 news on We are Social Media?

Discover The First Instagram Travel Guide – See how Kindai used some of the most influential instagramers and sent them across the world for 6 months, with a single mission: take amazing pics and upload them on Instagram, with mention to the Splendia Instagram account
wersm-unicorn-mask Facebook Announces Its First Anonymous Sharing App – Facebook announced its first anonymous app for everyone to download and use on their iPhone – its called RoomsInspired by the early days of the internet, where forums ruled the scene and anyone could assume any identity they wanted.
Women Rule Over Social Media – Yes, women seem to be winning the battle of the sexes on Social Media. Not only they are more popular – they have more friends and more interactions on their timeline – they also are more active, according to a recent research by QuickSprout.
You Can Now Save Draft Posts on Facebook Pages – Facebook loves page admins. After making it easier for them to switch between profilesFacebook is now bringing another great feature for page admins: the ability to save drafts of their posts.
Facebook Messenger Now Lets You Draw On Your Photos – Facebook is putting a lot of efforts onto its Messenger app these days. Facebook has now added a new Snapchat-like feature to its messaging app: You can now draw and add text to your pictures before sending them.

Have a great Sunday and week ahead!

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