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Google has announced a series of tools in Display & Video 360 that make it easier for media buyers to find and secure ad inventory on streaming content.
Microsoft Teams video meetings are getting more "fun, comfortable, and personal" with custom backgrounds and new features for its free version.
Telegram has announced an upgrade to its media editor, bringing support for animated stickers and video editing.
Facebook Page admins now have the ability to publish and schedule posts from within the Creator Studio mobile app.
Facebook has announced its next evolution in social commerce - a new Shops feature that allows businesses to set up their online stores quickly.
Facebook has now announced that its new Messenger Rooms group video chat feature will also be available in Groups and Events.
Instagram has announced three new features that expand on its efforts to fight online bullying: bulk comment management, pinned comments, and tag and mention controls.
After adding a number of new features recently, Google Duo is now expanding with family mode, masks and effects, and group calls on Duo on the web.
Pinterest has launched several new features that make planning recipes, virtual events, and future activities easier and more automated.
Instagram Camera will now learn from you as you use it and will customize its menu for you - making it easier to use the tools you love.
In an effort to court more users, Google is upgrading its Meet video conferencing tool with a new 16-participant grid and Gmail integration.
To help cope with the Coronavirus pandemic, Nextdoor, the neighborhood social media platform, releases two new features: Groups and Help Map.