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This news item is part of the weekly top 5 news bulletin (from Week 2, Oct 2023) specially packaged for leaders of Nonprofits, Churches, and Faith-based Social Ventures.
Reddit announced multiple improvements to their Android and iOS app, especially when it comes to search. Now the app has a separate media search tab. Earlier, if you wanted to search for a media, you will have to go through multiple conversations, then click on the link. It was not the easiest of processes. But now you can simply search for a video, an image or a GIF by going to the media search tab. This also works for subreddits, which is great. They’ve also improved the user experience overall for search by making the look and feel cleaner. They’ve added accessibility features by adding labels and roles and values to all the elements. And the announcement says they’ve made everything faster and easier. So check it out. Let us know if it’s really faster and easier
Here is the full list of the Top 5 News Items from Week 2, Oct 2023 with source links from Android, Reddit, Gmail, Meta, YouTube.
🗞️ News 1: Android 14 Released with Productivity Tools for Teams & Individuals
🗞️ News 2: Meta Rolls Out New Generative AI Tools for Ad Text & Image Creation
🗞️ News 3: YouTube Expands Lower YPP Eligibility Country list; Launches AI Bloom
🗞️ News 4: Reddit Launches New, Faster, Improved Search Tools for Mobile Devices
🗞️ News 5: Gmail Releases New Requirements for Bulk Email Senders, Starting 2024
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