How Snapchat, Instagram and others are teaching kids, Gen Z about coronavirus

Dalvin Brown USA TODAYPublished 9:58 AM EDT Apr 1, 2020Social networking websites and other mainstream apps are trying to keep kids and teens informed about coronavirus by offering stickers, avatars and engaging content related to COVID-19.The latest app to try to get young people interested in the outbreak is Snapchat. The company announced on Wednesday that it…

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Learn the intention in which to ‘Co-Survey’ Instagram With Your Associates in a Video Chat

Learn the intention in which to ‘Co-Survey’ Instagram With Your Associates in a Video Chat

Since we’re all living in a video-chat world nowadays, Instagram has rolled out a new feature that makes it easy for you, and those you’re conferencing with on the service, to enjoy the best and worst of the social site together. Without breaking your video call, you’ll all be able to watch the same videos…

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Instagram now lets you browse feed with chums over a video name: Deem about the absolute best plot it genuinely works

Instagram Media Sharing feature Instagram has introduced a couple of new features to fight the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic globally. Among the new features, the photo-sharing app has the new Media Sharing feature that allows you to surf the Instagram feed with your friends while online. Read on to know all about it. Instagram Media Sharing feature As…

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