Such issues could potentially deter Snapchat from working with outside developers, something it only recently allowed to bring content into its app via its Lens Studio and the Giphy integration.
Tanks not included in plans for Trump's military parade
Trump will reportedly be surrounded by military veterans and Medal of Honor recipients once the parade reaches the Capitol. The parade will be merged with the existing Veteran's Day Parade.
"A user discovered an offensive GIF sticker in our library, and we immediately removed it per our content guidelines". So in order to tag someone, you have to add @ and then type the full name of that person.
It's unclear when the feature will roll out officially, but Snapchat confirmed to TechCrunch that 'we're testing this, ' without giving more details. It also comes with an "add" button so users can follow them. Nothing will remain unseen as people who got tagged by anyone will receive a proper notification regarding the same. With this new feature, Snap can help spark conversations that can lead to visual communication, which is what Snapchat is all about.
US Republican Senator Flake vows bill to undo tariffs
Many Republicans fear Trump's decision will spark a trade war and damage the US economy just eight months before the 2018 elections.
By testing the new feature, Snapchat is joining other social media platforms that let people tag other users in their posts.
Tapping on the username prompts a pop-up that will take them to that profile.
Australian Prime Minister Praises US Decision to Exempt Canberra From Tariffs
Despite being one of the world's largest suppliers of raw commodity, iron ore, Australia is a small global exporter of steel. Following Mr Trump's lead in the Twittersphere, Malcolm Turnbull showed his gratitude for the allegiance.
Popular photo and video sharing apps, Instagram and Snapchat have temporarily removed their Giphy GIF sticker features, after users saw an extremely racist GIF as an option to add to their images. If brands can create more connections with their audience, it could help them shift across to the more widely used friends tab rather than the less used "Discover".