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Twitter: How to Share a Tweet to Instagram Stories on iOS

Twitter introduced the ability for iOS users to share tweets directly from the Twitter mobile application to Instagram Stories. Previously, this could only be done by taking a screenshot of a tweet and uploading it to the photo- and video-sharing platform. Here's how to share a tweet from the Twitter app to Instagram Stories on...
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Twitter Makes It Easier to Share Tweets to Instagram Stories

Twitter on iOS now enables users to easily share tweets directly to Instagram through a Story, rather than having to screenshot and post tweets onto the platform. A new "Instagram Stories" option will appear for iOS users within the Twitter share sheet for a specific tweet. By pressing it, users are redirected to Instagram Stories with an unclickable sticker of that specific tweet. While the new method is useful for users, its limitation of not linking to the specific tweet makes the true cro...
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Twitter Enables iOS Users to Share Tweets to Instagram Stories

The need to post screenshots of tweets in Instagram Stories is no more. Twitter said Tuesday that iOS users can now share tweets directly to Instagram stories, which it began testing last December. Twitter A Twitter spokesperson said in an email, "People come to Twitter to see and talk about what's happening in the world,...
Tags: Twitter, Instagram, Advertising, Platforms, Social Pro Daily


Daily Crunch: Transmit Security’s $543M Series A is one for the record books

To get a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for June 22, 2021. We have startup product news, funding rounds and a roster of Big Tech updates for you today. But before we get into all of that do not forget to sign up for TechCrunch Spotlight: Pittsburgh startup Pitch-Off. Also the Equity podcast crew are hosting a live taping this Thursday that should be a lot of fun. I’ll be...
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Google Is Exploring Post-Pandemic Remote Work Options For Employees

Google unveiled a new tool on Tuesday that will allow its employees to make specific requests about where they go to work — specifically, which of the company’s regional offices they work from, or whether they’re fully remote.Read more...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Science, Technology, Labor, Companies, Computing, Jack Dorsey, Sundar Pichai, Alphabet Inc, Telecommuting, Social Information Processing, Blog Hosting Services, Technology Internet


Verification Is Dead. It’s All About Super Followers on Twitter, Now.

As part of Twitter’s long-term vision to emulate the worst parts of every other major platform, the company announced on Tuesday that it would start rolling out applications for its long-rumored “Ticketed Spaces” and “Super Follows” features.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Software, Computing, Operating Systems, Real Time Web, Text Messaging, South of Market San Francisco, Esther Crawford


Twitter Opens Applications for Super Follows Subscriptions and Ticketed Spaces, Promises Generous Revenue Split

Twitter is opening applications for creators to test out the first features that will let them earn money on the platform — and it’s promising to give them a very generous split. On Tuesday, the social network began accepting separate applications for Super Follows (which let creators sell subscriptions with special perks) and Ticketed Spaces […]
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Twitter Promises Generous Revenue Split for ‘Super Follows’ Subscriptions, Ticketed Spaces

Twitter is opening applications for creators to test out the first features that will let them earn money on the platform — and it’s promising to give them a very generous split. On Tuesday, the social network began accepting separate applications for Super Follows (which let creators sell subscriptions with special perks) and Ticketed Spaces […]
Tags: Twitter, News, Twitter Spaces


Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces are coming to Twitter

In Twitter’s latest appeal to one-up competitors from Clubhouse to Patreon, the company announced today that it will begin rolling out applications for Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces. Twitter first teased the Super Follow feature during an Analyst Day event in February. Super Follows allow creators on Twitter to generate monthly revenue by offering paywalled content to followers who subscribe to them for $2.99, $4.99, or $9.99 per month. Twitter will only take 3% of creators’ revenue after in...
Tags: Google, Android, Social, TC, Apps, Twitter, Spotify, Instagram, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Software, Computing, Day, App-store, Jack Dorsey


Read, Share, and Converse to Build Relationships

Each morning I go through my feeds in Feedly, as much for an opportunity to build relationships, as to read and to learn.How so?I read something of interest. I take a money quote from the story or a quote from a person in the story and share it on Twitter. I give the appropriate attribute to the person I quoted, the subject organization and the reporter/blogger who wrote the story by referencing their Twitter handles.Doing so, the subjects see that I shared their news, news about them or what t...
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Dan Bongino Returns to Twitter With Tail Between His Legs

Dan Bongino—former NRATV blowhard, Fox News whackjob, and wannabe social media magnate—said he’d be quitting Twitter forever. Like many other obsessively online conservatives, Bongino claimed a round of censorship was coming and Republicans needed to evacuate to safe spaces like Parler, the far-right site he’s…Read more...
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The Relatives Frozen in Time on Google Street View

An anonymous reader shares a report : Social-media users are sharing Google Street View images featuring friends and relatives who have since died. It was sparked by a post on the Twitter account Fesshole, which asks followers to submit anonymous confessions -- many of which are explicit. The original poster said they had searched the map platform for images taken before their father had died. Launched in the US in 2007, Google Street View has since rolled out worldwide. The BBC's Neil Henderson...
Tags: Google, Twitter, US, Tech, Bbc, Paris, Neil Henderson, Karim Palant, Bernard Baker Others, Charles Palant


Audio Can Make a Difference for Brands. This Podcast Shows You How

After cracking the codes on text messages, emojis, GIFs, and video, a new--but actually old--player is emerging as a marketing must: audio. From Clubhouse, with more than 8 million downloads, to Twitter's recent experimentation with Spaces and Facebook's tests of its own Rooms, the opportunities for leveraging audio marketing are going to keep getting more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Podcast, Advertising, Cannes Lions


Podcast #358: The Stranger in the Woods — The Story of the Last True Hermit

Editor’s Note: This is a rebroadcast. The episode originally aired in November 2017.  Have you ever just wanted to get in your car, drive off into the middle of nowhere, leave behind the hustle and bustle of civilization, and just be by yourself?  Well, in 1986 a man named Christopher Knight did just that and lived alone in the Maine woods without any, any human contact for 27 years until he was discovered in 2013. My guest today wrote a biography — The Stranger in the Woods — about this...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Podcast, Japan, England, Montana, Life, China, Stephen King, America, Reagan, Earth, United States, Maine, Marines


Twitter geoblocks tweets in India over violent video circulation

Twitter has restricted 50 tweets in India related to a viral video of an elderly Muslim man being assaulted in the town of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. This action comes after cops sent a notice to summon Twitter India’s chief last week to give a statement. The Ghaziabad police force had filed a complaint against Twitter, journalists Mohammed Zubair and Rana Ayyub, and online media entity The Wire, for allegedly creating communal tension through tweets. Those tweets had a video of an elderly Muslim...
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A day in the life of a Twitter exec in Singapore, who fits in an hour of 'me time' during his workday and doesn't plan on going back to the office full-time

Arvinder Gujral doesn't plan on going back to the office full-time post-pandemic. Arvinder Gujral Arvinder Gujral is Twitter's managing director for Southeast Asia, based in Singapore. Gujral says he developed a healthier lifestyle in the pandemic and he doesn't plan on going back to the office full-time. He fits in a workout before his morning meetings and sets aside an hour each day to read or write fiction. See more stories on Insider's business page. Arvinder Gujral...
Tags: Asia, Twitter, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, International, Trends, Features, Asia Pacific, Harry Potter, Silicon Valley, Npr, The New York Times, Michael Lewis, CNA, Dole


Twitter Accused of 'Deliberately' Defying Indian Government's New Social Media Rules

Twitter has "deliberately" defied and failed to comply with India's new social media rules, according to the country's technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. Reuters reports that the rules, which became effective in late May, make social media companies "more accountable to legal requests for swift removal of posts and sharing details on the originators of messages. The rules also require big social media companies to set up grievance redressal mechanisms and appoint new executives to coordina...
Tags: Twitter, India, Tech, New Delhi, Reuters, Ministry, Prasad, Internet Freedom Foundation, Ravi Shankar Prasad Reuters, Intermediary Guidelines Twitter


Twitter Rallies Behind HBO Max Intern Blamed for Test Email Accidentally Sent to Subscribers

HBO Max has confirmed that one of its interns was behind the strange email mistakenly sent out to subscribers on Thursday evening, prompting an outpouring of support on Twitter as users came out to share their own horror stories of workplace screw-ups in solidarity.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Spotify, Hbo, Science, Email, Microsoft, Bill Clinton, Computing, Webmail, Monica Lewinsky, Television In The United States, Outlookcom, Home Box Office Inc, HBO Max, Universal Windows Platform Apps, Entertainment Culture


Social Media Providers Aren’t Liable for Domestic Mass-Shooting–Retana v. Twitter

This is one of the dozen-plus lawsuits filed against social media providers for allegedly facilitating terrorist attacks. This particular lawsuit involved a mass-shooting of Dallas police officers in 2016. Despite the underlying tragedies, the lawsuits against social media providers have not made any progress in court. In the latest ruling, the Fifth Circuit easily rejects the case. The plaintiffs claim that the US-based shooter was radicalized by exposure to Hamas content on social media and en...
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NBA Legend’s Wild Anti-Vaccine Video Gets Booed By Fans

The former Utah Jazz star boasted he had done "significant amount of research." But Twitter called foul.
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Cops summon Twitter India’s head over violent video dispute

Indian cops have sent a notice to Twitter India’s managing director, Manish Maheshwari, to appear before them. Just east of the capital, police based in the relatively small city of Ghaziabad, have asked him to show up, and record a statement regarding an ongoing case of a viral video. Earlier this week, the city’s police force filed a case against Twitter, journalists Mohammed Zubair and Rana Ayyub, and online media entity The Wire, for allegedly provoking communal tension through tweets. Said ...
Tags: Startups, Twitter, India, Ghaziabad, Twitter India, Manish Maheshwari, Rana Ayyub, Mohammed Zubair


US supreme court upholds Obamacare, preserving healthcare for millions – live

Supreme court dismisses challenge brought by Republican-led statesCongress approves Juneteenth as a federal holidayAll 14 ‘no’ votes from RepublicansNew York grand jury stores up trouble for Trump Organization executives 3.23pm BST Two of the three supreme court justices nominated by Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, sided with the majority to uphold the Affordable Care Act.The third justice nominated by Trump, Neil Gorsuch, joined Samuel Alito in dissenting to the majorit...
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Jack Dorseys, Ranked

If you try to picture the CEO of a given tech company year by year, there are usually a few distinctive features that stay pretty static. Mark Zuckerberg’s aggressive hairline has kept on being aggressive, Jeff Bezos has kept on being bald, and Elon Musk has kept on being a moleman. Read more...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Elon Musk, Science, Technology, Jack Nicholson, Software, Justin Bieber, Fergie, Starbucks, Mcdonalds, Brad Pitt, Jeff Bezos, Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, Dorsey


Amazon attacks social-media firms over its fake-review problem, saying they need to spend more money rooting out phoney-review groups on their platforms

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. AP Photo/Charles Krupa Amazon published a blog post about fake reviews on Wednesday. It said "bad actors" were increasingly soliciting fake reviews on social-media platforms. Amazon said social media companies needed to invest more in tools to root out this behavior. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon said in a blog post on Wednesday that its fight against fake reviews was hampered by sluggish social media companies.Amazon said its systems to det...
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Amazon attacks social-media firms over its fake-review problem, saying they need to spend more money rooting out phony-review groups on their platforms

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. AP Photo/Charles Krupa Amazon published a blog post Wednesday about fake reviews. It said "bad actors" were increasingly soliciting fake reviews on social-media platforms. Amazon said social-media companies needed to invest more in tools to root out this behavior. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon said in a blog post Wednesday that its fight against fake reviews was hampered by sluggish social-media companies.Amazon said that its systems to dete...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, UK, News, Trends, Social Media, Retail, Jeff Bezos, Fake Reviews, Rob Price, Tech Insider, Isobel Asher Hamilton, AP Photo Charles Krupa Amazon


How a well-timed hashtag made Juneteenth an official holiday for millions

The movement to make Juneteenth a federally recognized holiday in the U.S. is gaining steam -- and it's mostly thanks to a well-timed social media campaign.
Tags: Twitter, Trends, Social Media, Features, Juneteenth, Dei


Twitter may now be held directly responsible for every single tweet in India

If the Indian government decided tomorrow that a tweet didn't comply with its laws, the platform would have questions to answer. SOPA / Getty Images Twitter's non-compliance with new tech rules may make it liable for tweets on its platform in India. Content could be punished under the Information Technology Act 2000 and the Indian Penal Code. The new IT rules have been challenged by civil liberties organizations as unconstitutional. See more stories on Insider's business page. ...
Tags: Twitter, India, International, Trends, Strategy, Information Technology, Nordic, Modi, IFF, Facebook Google, BI International, CCO, Tech Insider, SFLC, Internet Freedom Foundation IFF, Mishi Choudhary


From permanent work-from-home models to full-scale returns, companies like Amazon, Twitter, and Goldman Sachs are pursuing different office policies as restrictions ease

Spotify's work-from-anywhere program will promote flexibility and diversity, executives told Insider. Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images Companies including Amazon, Twitter, and Goldman Sachs have taken different stances on remote work. Many companies are embracing permanent remote models, while others insist on a return to the office. Insider also spoke to experts to discuss the future of the workplace. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. As COVID restrictions ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, UK, England, London, Washington Post, US, Trends, Goldman Sachs, Dell, Jack Dorsey, Wall Street Journal, Jamie Dimon, Cnbc


No, NFTs aren’t copyrights

Harrison Jordan Contributor Share on Twitter Harrison Jordan is the founder and CEO of HUP.LIFE For contemporary artists, attaching work to the blockchain in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT) may seem like a secure and verifiable way to sell art online. In some ways, it is. Blockchain inherently records time-stamped data on all transactions, with a permanent indication of ownership across a distributed ledger. A look insi...
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