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Meta updates: New reactions on Messenger, plans to scoop up Twitter users

Meta is out with a new Messenger feature that enables users to set quick reactions in chats to an avatar instead of an emoji.

Instagram is Testing New Ways to Show off Events

This week on The SAUCE: A weekly digest for digital entrepreneurs, creators, and social-first brands.

Wordle has taken TikTok by storm | Nobody is above the (Meta) law | Daylight savings time could be here to stay 

Women Paving The Path for Women in Meta

This week on The SAUCE: A weekly digest for digital entrepreneurs, creators, and social-first brands.

Happy Women’s Month! In celebration, here’s to the legends, pioneers, and all the women who push past their limits and make waves.

How people use Discord, the best format for IG Stories, and branding yourself on LinkedIn

This week on The SAUCE: A weekly digest for digital entrepreneurs, creators, and social-first brands.

From new sound effects on reels to chronological order on feed, Instagram hasn’t given any of its users a break with their new updates the first month of this year.

More AI features come to TikTok, and we test LinkedIn Newsletters

This week on The SAUCE: A weekly digest for digital entrepreneurs, creators, and social-first brands.

Is your Instagram profile optimized? 

Let me rephrase that. When people visit your business Instagram profile, are they getting everything they need to understand what you do? 

NFTs could go mainstream, “Roll” app launches, and creators get subscription features on IG

This week on The SAUCE: A weekly digest for digital entrepreneurs, creators, and social-first brands.

Is subscription-based content the future? It sure looks that way. If it’s not clear by now, the digital world is on the cusp of the next evolution. Every day, we move further away from the “attention economy” (where advertising and personal data reigns supreme) and deeper into the “creator economy.”