What to Expect on Your Favorite Social Media Apps by Next Year

The year is getting near to its end and social media giants such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram generally perform very well. From crypto scams on WhatsApp or the Olympics with Snapchat Stories that went viral at an unexpected rate of speed – there was plenty of content within these platforms users could enjoy throughout their stay online this past 12 months.

The social media landscape is changing and so are the features on these platforms. For example, Facebook has been working hard in recent months to make its site a safer place with new tools for users.

New Features on Social Media

This article will explore some other important updates coming soon including what we know about Instagram’s future plans — but first let’s take look at how much things have changed since last year.

Twitter’s Birdwatch

Twitter is doing something new. Their  pilot program called as Birdwatch permits users to flag misleading tweets. This feauture will also let users to write notes providing context for those who need it most!

Whatsapp’s Preview Voice Messages

WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that enables you to hear voice messages before sending it. This means no more recording and sending immediately, so the user can take their time editing or saying something different in order for them not sound too harsh when recorded on tape!

Instagram’s Live Room

Instagram already launched the Live Rooms, which gives creators the ability to add up to four people and broadcast live. The feature was previously only available for one user but will now allow more than two other viewers in on your show!