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Traditional signals such as Facebook page likes and clicks don’t equate to the best customer engagement strategy. With Facebook’s News Feed algorithm frequently morphing, it’s now relying more on user feedback and surveys to impact story distribution. Unlock the mystery of this black box and other…
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As promised last fall, Nintendo has launched its first mobile smartphone application – but it’s not a new Mario game, and the app is for now only available in Japan for the time being. Today, the company unveiled “Miitomo,” a social app that lets users create cartoon-like avatars of themselves – like the “Miis” that Nintendo introduced with the launch… Read More Social – TechCrunch
A month after Twitter launched its new timeline, which sorts tweets in your feed according to relevancy instead of chronology, the company has quietly turned it on by default. It also appears to be live for all users.
SEE ALSO: Here’s how to turn Twitter’s new timeline on and off
Originally launched in February, the new timeline was opt-in, and it was only available to some users.
Now users are reporting getting a notification that the setting is now opt-out.
The Next Web also noticed that Twitter updated its FAQ last week to include the fact that the new timeline is on by default. It’s no surprise, given that Twitter announced the change would happen “in the coming weeks,” but it’s a big difference, since users now must actively disable the feature to go back to “old” Twitter. Read more…
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Twitter today rolled out a change that will make it easier for users who switch between its desktop application TweetDeck and its website, by no longer requiring users to log in to TweetDeck separately. That is, if users have the Twitter website open and are already logged in, they’ll be able to skip the log-in process on TweetDeck. Related to this news, Twitter says it’s also… Read More Social – TechCrunch