Twitter

Twitter is now experimenting with a fact-checking program: Twitter is currently upgrading new capabilities to its Birdwatch program, which will allow users to add comments to Tweets that they believe are deceptive in order to prevent the spread of misinformation.

Twitter is experimenting with the search button at the top of the main feed: The microblogging site is now testing the feature for iOS devices, and it is experimenting with two different variants of this choice the presence of a search bar above the main timeline. Search (magnifying glass) symbol located in the upper right corner of the main feed, adjacent to the timeline settings, is a second edition.

Google My Business

Google My Business listing now includes a verified by phone call function, according to the company. As part of its ongoing effort to verify that contact information on Google My Business listings is up to date, Google will now check and display whether or not the phone number given is current. Google will add the words Confirmed by phone and the date and time of the confirmation next to the phone number.

Google has begun experimenting with a different location for the search bar

Filters and choices: Google is experimenting with several locations for its search bar options and filters, with the right-hand side of the search box now being examined.

Instagram

Currently, Instagram is testing the ability to show a “Status” on profiles: As soon as you choose a status, it will be shown on both your Instagram profile and in your Direct Messages section.

TikTok has confirmed that 10-minute video uploads will be available soon

It appears that short-form video interaction is here to stay, especially among younger demographics, as attention spans continue to shrink and new engagement behaviors take hold. As a result, every platform is now following TikTok’s lead into the next phase of video connection, which is a good thing.

Channel Analytics Options on YouTube are being previewed

A new set of analytics tools that YouTube is presently developing and that it may explore in the future are being announced as part of the company’s larger push to assist artists to enhance their on-platform performance.

YouTube has been focusing more on monetization recently as it attempts to fend off competition from TikTok. This is because, while TikTok is the most popular app right now, it does not currently offer comparable monetization processes, which means that creators, particularly big stars, can make significantly more money by posting to YouTube instead.

YouTube hopes that by emphasizing this and offering more analytics tools to its users, more of them will ultimately place more emphasis on its app, and as a consequence, more of them will move away from TikTok, which might help it keep its position as the leading video platform on the web.