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Instagram is testing a reply with a video on Reels

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Instagram is testing a reply with a video thingy like TikTok on reels.

Instagram is testing a reply with a video thingy like TikTok on reels.

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Microsoft is launching LinkedIn in Hindi

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Microsoft is launching LinkedIn in Hindi — the first Indian regional language on LinkedIn to support the vast Hindi-speaking community (more than 600 million) worldwide. With 82 million LinkedIn members, India is their second largest […]

Microsoft is launching LinkedIn in Hindi — the first Indian regional language on LinkedIn to support the vast Hindi-speaking community (more than 600 million) worldwide. With 82 million LinkedIn members, India is their second largest market.

You will now be able to create your LinkedIn profile in Hindi, making it easier for other Hindi-speaking members and recruiters to find you for relevant opportunities.

With the addition of Hindi, LinkedIn now supports 25 languages globally.

LinkedIn members who have been using the site in English can switch their language settings to Hindi, by following the steps in the Help Centre links below.

Visit the LinkedIn Help Centre to learn how you can view LinkedIn in Hindichoose Hindi as the primary language on your profilecreate or delete a profile in another language, and edit your secondary language profile.

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Facebook Auto-suggests Optimum Times To Schedule New Posts Or Stories

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Looks like Facebook can now auto-suggests optimum times to schedule new posts or stories.

Looks like Facebook can now auto-suggests optimum times to schedule new posts or stories.

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LinkedIn Announces New, Privacy-Friendly Approaches to Data Collection and Ad Targeting

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LinkedIn’s looking to address data privacy with the implementation of various new processes, including a new ‘Group Identity’ targeting option, which will utilize its own first-party data, as entered on user profiles, to categorize audiences […]

LinkedIn’s looking to address data privacy with the implementation of various new processes, including a new ‘Group Identity’ targeting option, which will utilize its own first-party data, as entered on user profiles, to categorize audiences into more segments.

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Facebook is making two-factor mandatory for high-risk accounts

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Facebook, a recently added subsidiary of Meta, said it will make two-factor authentication (2FA) mandatory for high-risk accounts likely to be targeted by malicious hackers. The move is part of a major expansion of Facebook Protect, the social […]

Facebook, a recently added subsidiary of Meta, said it will make two-factor authentication (2FA) mandatory for high-risk accounts likely to be targeted by malicious hackers.

The move is part of a major expansion of Facebook Protect, the social networking giant’s enhanced security program that’s intended to protect the accounts of people who may be at particular risk, like human rights defenders, journalists and government officials. The initiative helps these accounts adopt stronger security protections by simplifying security features — including 2FA — and providing additional security protections for accounts and Pages, including monitoring for potential hacking threats.

Facebook says it wants this feature to be used by all high-risk accounts, and is making it compulsory.

This means if a user identified by Facebook as high-risk does not enable 2FA once a set period has expired, they won’t be able to access their accounts. The company said users won’t permanently lose access to their accounts, but will need to enable 2FA in order to regain access.

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