Facebook’s recent tie up with SinglePlatform, has now brought in an awesome feature for restaurants. Now, you can add your menu directly to your Facebook page.
A recent study conducted by Global Web Index, suggests that the Indian audience contributes as the fifth largest user base on the social network.
Twitter has gone out on a new journey, introducing new features to the brand and getting rid of the unnecessary ones. The latest feature brings, Fave People, photo tagging and tweet albums.
Facebook has now come out with a new design for their event pages. The same formula as the Facebook page redesign has been applied, which is cleaner and easily accessible.
Instagram recently released the latest update for Android, the Android 5.1. Instagram claims that this is a faster and more efficient design.
Compared to the earlier version this one is definitely cleaner and more easy to navigate around.
Facebook announced last night about a new streamlined look, for Facebook pages, which makes it more convenient and easy to manage.
The first thing they have done, is that they have reduced the clutter of page posts which were, up-until now, on both columns.
On the left column, they have brought up all the information of the page. Remember all those sections you fill in about the hours of operations, the map, the price, et al.? Now all that will be showcased on here, which makes the information more easily available to your page visitors.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the 5th of March 2014, Google has stated the commencement of their ‘Indoor Maps‘ service across 22 cities in India, panning across 75 locations. The service, which was earlier available in countries like Singapore & the US, aims at providing easy navigation within buildings, so that people can easily move around, without getting lost. The technology used for the same, is similar to the ‘My Location’ technology, earlier available only outdoors. In the words of Suren Ruhela, Director and Product Manager, India Google Maps “In some locations, to make people’s indoor navigation easier and more seamless, we have adapted the location technology developed for My Location — previously only available outdoors — so that it now works indoor as well. This means that when you move up or down a level in a building with multiple floors, the map will automatically update to display which floor you’re on.”
In an announcement on the 24th of February, Facebook has revealed that they have started a new feature which lets fans of other pages view your page’s content.
Similar to your profile, where if someone tags you in a photo, all your friends can see the photo in their newsfeeds. Likewise, if your page tags another page in a post, that page’s followers may also see your post.
As a Facebook admin, it is paramount that you know at all times as to who is accessing the Facebook page and who exactly has been putting up the posts. It goes a great way to assign responsibility and ensures that the entire process is a smooth sail.
Well, Facebook has now taken another step in the right direction to help out. After introducing post-scheduling & post editing, now it also tells you, as to who exactly has posted particular content on your page.
Google recently announced ‘Project Tango‘, their latest project which is a smartphone that uses 3D sensors, sort of like the Xbox Kinect, but a far advanced version owing to the use of the Myriad 1 vision processor from Movidius. Now, what is interesting is that Project Tango is led by the Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team at Google. The ATAP team is one of the hold-backs by Google from the recent Motorola sale, and Project Tango, is one of their first roll-outs under the Google banner.