Status Updates

  • Facebook Adds Background Colors for Text-Only Status Updates

    … By David Cohen on Dec. 19, 2016 - 4:50 PM Your Facebook News Feed may soon be a lot more colorful. The social network announced Monday that it is rolling out a new feature enabling users who post text-only status updates to add background colors to those posts. The feature is rolling out for Android users initially, although all users…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 14 readers -
  • Facebook Tests Streamlined Status Update Composer for Pages

    … Facebook is testing a redesigned status update composer for pages. Reader Matteo Gamba shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, and a Facebook spokesperson confirmed the test, saying in an emailed statement: To make it easier for page owners to achieve their goals, we’re running a very small test of a new design that lets people choose…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 8 readers -
  • Facebook Live Coming to Desktops, Laptops

    … Facebook confirmed that it has begun rolling out Facebook Live via desktop and laptop computers. Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Journal shared this video (embedded below) from Facebook user Delilah Taylor, in which a Live Video option appeared in her status update composer while accessing the social network via desktop. 1st FB Live from…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 35 readers -
  • Brands Must Adapt to Emerging Social Networks, Apps

    … Facebook. Nonetheless analysts estimate that 71 percent of them have accounts on it. Video posting has been emphasized in feeds over other forms of content. My own company’s research with teens has consistently found that “it became uncool to share a status update on Facebook” some time ago. In spite of this, Facebook’s usage and revenue have…

    Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 33 readers -
  • Believe It: Facebook Page Post Reach Continues to Surge (Report)

    …, but still the second-lowest figure recorded by Locowise. Video posts reached 12.62 percent of total page likes, followed by photos (11.79 percent), links (9.08 percent) and text-only status update (5.7 percent). Locowise said page administrators should expect 0.63 percent of their total audiences to engage with video posts, followed by photos (0.57…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 39 readers -
  • Facebook Live Video Extended to All U.S. iPhone Users

    … live video, tap on update status and then select the live video icon. You can write a quick description and choose the audience that you want to share with before going live. During your broadcast, you’ll see the number of live viewers, the names of friends who are tuning in and a real-time stream of comments. When you end your broadcast, it will be saved on your Timeline like any other video, which you can then delete or keep for your friends to watch later. iPhone users: Will you experiment with Facebook live videos? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • New Photo Upload Options for Facebook Page Admins

    … Facebook page administrators may soon have a variety of ways to upload photos to their pages. Clicking on photo/video in pages’ status update composers now brings up the following four options: Upload photos/video: Add photos or video to your status. Create photo album: Build an album out of multiple photos. Create a photo carousel: Build…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 9 readers -
  • Locowise’s 10 Social Media Trends to Watch in 2016

    … on Instagram is down 60 percent since April. Instagram saw follower growth of 0.28 percent in November, followed by Facebook at 0.18 percent and Twitter at 0.15 percent. The average Facebook post reach was 7.15 percent of all page likes—8.94 percent for videos, 8.36 percent for links, 6.7 percent for photos and 5.23 percent for status updates…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 25 readers -
Get the top posts daily into your mailbox!
3 Blogs about the topic

More from around the web