Social platforms are forever evolving, and we want to make sure you’re up to date with the latest changes. Today we look at TikTok’s new creator hub and playlist feature test, some of the latest profile features on LinkedIn, and YouTube’s trial to hide video likes and dislikes.
YouTube trials hiding dislikes
In response to creator feedback, YouTube has recently been trialling hiding dislikes to protect the wellbeing of its community. The team at YouTube became aware that certain creators were being targeted by dislike campaigns aimed at downvoting videos.
The aim of the test was to see if these targeted campaigns would be reduced if viewers were not able to see the dislike count. Creators are still able to see their own breakdown of likes and dislikes on their YouTube Studio page. This way, creators can access a more realistic breakdown of their feedback, allowing them to strategically shape future content.
LinkedIn adds new profile features
LinkedIn, the social platform for professionals, has been working on making the platform even more engaging and reminiscent of their favourite social media platforms…