MUSTARD MINUTE: 25 AUGUST 2017

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August 25, 2017

The Galaxy Note is back and bigger than before, studies deem millennials to be an un-loyal bunch and literally every social media forum has undergone an update. All that and more in this week’s Mustard Minute.

Millennials Opt for Choice Over Loyalty

A recent Nielsen report highlighted that 60% of millennials use two or more apps for streaming music and that 18 to 34 year olds were the most highly engaged when using digital services throughout the day, but didn’t tend to stick to one form of media or application.

Samsung Galaxy Note Is Back

After last year’s disappointing Note 7, Samsung have hit back with a bigger and better model – the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For a run down on all the new features check out Tech Crunch.

Image Via Tech Crunch

Instagram Adds Threads

Instagram has recently added comment threads to help users keep track of conversations and responding to comments.

Image via Instagram Press

Facebook Updates Newsfeed…Again

Facebook has completely revamped their newsfeed with the aim of making it more legible, clickable and easier to comment on. They’ve specifically changed the comments, navigation buttons and visibility of a user’s content. For more info check out the video below:

GIF via Marketing Land

Snapchat Adds Some Big Names to Their Discover Channel

BuzzFeed’s Tasty and Nifty Franchises will be joining Snapchat Discover in September. On average, Tasty has a total of 2.3 billion views every month while Nifty reaches around 32 million every month. Seems this could be just the thing to get Snapchat back on track after reports of its declining user base.

Image via BuzzFeed

Zooming Pins

Instagram did it, and now Pinterest has too. You can now zoom in on pins when using the Pinterest app. A win for all the kids out their showing their parents an image for the first time.

GIF via Marketing Land

LinkedIn Adds Native Video Sharing

On Tuesday, LinkedIn announced it would be rolling out native video sharing. The new update also offers key insight into which audiences have viewed individual LinkedIn posts including top companies, job titles and locations of post users.

Image Via The Drum

And on an unrelated note… here’s a picture of Trump taking off his glasses and looking directly at a solar eclipse. Ahh Trump you never cease to amaze us!

 

See you next week!