📰 Social Media Pulse News: December 5, 2022

Your social media news for December 5, 2022:


  • Meta has been fined €265 million (around $275 million) by the Irish Data Protection Commission for GDPR violations in connection with Facebook data-scraping activities.

  • Meta is partnering with artists on two Metaverse-based creative projects: a “Meta House” as part of Miami Art Week, and an Instagram exhibition with artist Tomás Karmelo Amaya.

  • Meta’s new “trusted email” feature will allow you to automatically add people to your business account who share your company’s email domain.


  • Facebook’s “Admin Assist” auto-posting feature for Groups now allows you to create a custom Welcome message for new group members.

  • Facebook Messenger is still trying to make avatars happen; the latest avatar-related feature is new “avatar quick reactions.”



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  • Twitter might also make business account profile thumbnails square.

  • Twitter’s Community Notes content moderation feature has updated its algorithm to identify low-quality notes, questionable fact checks, and the users who produce them.

  • Twitter has updated ad targeting options including website conversion optimization, dynamic product ads, and collection ads.

  • Twitter has launched a guide for small business holiday success.



  • YouTube is improving visual editing tools (including filters and stickers) and adding quizzes for Community Posts.

  • YouTube has launched a podcast about trends called “Like & Describe.”


  • TikTok has updated its Marketing Partners platform to include assistance with campaign management and measurement, creative (including connecting creators with brand partners),
    effects, commerce, and sound.