Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
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What’s New This Week?
Tumblr Users Can Now Create GIFs With Webcams: “Tumblr users surfing on Chrome and Firefox v20+ can create four-frame GIFs with their webcams and load the GIFs directly to their Tumblr feed.”
Google Updates Segmentation in Analytics: “Google has ‘reimagined segmentation to make it even easier for new Analytics users, yet also more powerful for seasoned analysts and marketers.'” Some of the key updated features include User Segmentation, Cohort Analysis, Sequence Segment, Segment Templates and fully refreshed new UI.
New Gmail Inbox Has a Social Tab: The new Gmail inbox separates your social media emails and puts them under a new “social” tab.
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