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1. LinkedIn removed LinkedIn stories

A couple of months ago Twitter retired its social stories feature called “Fleets”, and now LinkedIn has also shut down their stories type feed feature.

LinkedIn claims that the LinkedIn stories were introduced about a year ago as an experiment to research and to invent a new video kind of experience that’s even richer and more conversational.

That’s cool, let’s wait for greater LinkedIn Stories!

2. Instagram retired IGTV & merges with video feeds

Instagram retired the IGTV feature and merged with its video feature within its general “Instagram Video” format. This combination of features comes with a new Video tab on user profiles to store video formats. Instagram believes this will make it easier for visitors to discover user video content.

Instagram announced on its official blog:

“Starting today, we’re combining IGTV and feed videos into one format – Instagram Video. We’re also introducing a new Video tab on your profile, where this combined video format will live, to make it easier for people to discover new video content.”

3. Twitter opens professional accounts to US businesses

Businesses in the United States can now apply for a Professional Account on Twitter, giving them the ability to grow and strengthen their presence.

Twitter is opening the application process for all US based businesses to access its new Twitter for Professionals feature – Professional Accounts.

By filling in a signup form, businesses and professional users can now switch to the new profile type that will give them access to various professional tools that are generally not available to non-professionals.

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