This Week in Social Media: Klout Redesigns Profiles, Facebook Lets You Edit Posts and More

The past week we saw some major updates and changes in many of the social media platforms. Here we bring you the latest happenings in social media in the past week.

Facebook Lets You Edit Posts


Previously, comments could be edited but now Facebook lets you edit content in posts as well. For now, this works on the web and the Facebook Android app, and iOS capability is coming soon. Bye bye typo ruins!

Twitter Adds Rich Photo Experience in Embedded Tweets


With this update,  photos in embedded tweets are bigger than before and there’s a “bold visual focus on the media.” You can click on the photo to see more about what’s happening and discover the conversation and behind the Tweet.

YouTube Integrates Comments With Google+


“When it comes to the conversations happening on YouTube, recent does not necessarily mean relevant. So, comments will soon become conversations that matter to you.”

YouTube Launches Audio Library


While uploading a new video, finding that perfect song can be tricky. YouTube now gives access to more than 150 royalty-free instrumental tracks you can use for free.

Klout Redesigns Profiles


The new profiles show the social networks you’re active on, your topics, top influencers, and a sample of your top content.


Check out our previous episode here and keep checking this space for more news on social media.

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