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Facebook takes on Pinterest and Pocket with a new Save to Facebook button

Facebook is expanding its developer platform to help users save content and share quotes through new services it announced at its F8 developer conference in San Francisco on Tuesday. A new Save to Facebook button will let Web developers add a button to their content that allows users to save content to a private section of Facebook that only they can see. Facebook says 250 million people already use the feature, and this integration means users will have an even easier way of getting content into the service. – PC World

Twitter Moments become tweetable playlists thanks to SoundCloud

An upgrade to Twitter’s Moments feature, originally designed to offer users a curated “best of Twitter” experience, now turns Moments into a source for tweetable playlists. Through an ongoing partnership with music streaming service SoundCloud, Twitter Moments will now allow curators to create and share Moments containing SoundCloud’s audio cards – that is, music tracks embedded in a tweet. – Tech Crunch

Snapchat now has emoji stickers that move with your videos

Snapchat videos just got even more interesting with new emoji stickers, which you can attach to objects and move with them, changing size and even orientation.

Laura Forester
Laura Forester
Senior Social Media & PR Strategist

Laura is responsible for developing and executing channel initiatives for a number of national and local brands. Her approach to content and digital strategy reflects a desire to ensure a consistent and holistic approach to publishing. She also supports the team in more traditional communications efforts, as well. Laura has 10 years of experience working with local and regional clients and media outlets in consumer and corporate accounts for boutique and top-tier creative agencies both regionally and globally. She has excellent planning and organization skills and a fearless commitment to creative results. Her positive outlook keeps her department smiling and motivated. Laura is a graduate of George Washington University with degrees in English and Philosophy. She also holds a Masters from Trinity University in Dublin, Ireland.