The social media world is constantly buzzing with new features and changes to keep the zing alive. 2019 is no exception to the evolution of some of the leading social media platforms.

Here are some of the interesting new additions to the big names of social media.

  1. Story poll – Instagram

A brand new engaging feature on Instagram to make your Instagram stories more fun. It’s a simple Q&A feature that takes being interactive to a whole new level. The rules are simple, you ask a question with two choices and your audience chooses one of the options.

2. Snap camera -Snapchat

This new exciting addition by Sanpchat lets you use multiple lens while video chatting or live streaming. You can choose from thousands of classic and new lenses.

3. Speech Bubble-Twitter

To make it easier to track and manage chats Twitter is introducing a new feature- Speech Bubble. This will make conversation between users more simple

4. Messenger ads- Facebook

Facebook introduced its new Messenger ads feature that allows brands to create and send targeted ads through private chat.

5. LinkedIn Live-LinkedIn

LinkedIn Live will allow users to broadcast live video to select groups or even their entire connection list. It will be great for brands who can share events and announcements with their audience.

Have you tried any of the above features? If not then what are you waiting for?

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