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Twitter updates it's IOS & Android Share tweets section - it looks owesome!

On 20th/Nov, Twitter gave an owesome update on it's @TwitterSupport page.
Users on IOS & Android received new share menu that makes it faster way to share Tweets with other apps.

The custom share menu lets you send tweets to a selection of recent contacts via direct messages, and you can add content to your bookmarks or copy a link to a tweet. When you want to use another app, you need to tap the "Share Tweet via..." entry.

Disappearing messages featureWHATSAPP has unvieled a new owesome feature of "disappearing messages".
You can send messages that disappear on WhatsApp by enabling disappearing messages. Once enabled, new messages sent in the individual or group chat will disappear after seven days.

According to WhatsApp spokesperson “We’re starting with 7 days because we think it offers peace of mind that conversations aren’t permanent, while remaining practical so you don’t forget what you were chatting about”

The rebranding of the four-year-old G Suite now called Google Workspace follows Google’s recent moves to unify its various productivity and communication apps into a single integrated interface for email, chat, video, voice and content management. The new interface is now generally available to paid Workspace customers, and will be rolled out to consumer and education uses in the coming months.

Launching first to beta, Currents is a G Suite app that enables people to have meaningful discussions and interactions across your organization, helping keep everyone in the know and giving leaders the opportunity to connect with their employees.

Currents is replacing Google+ for G Suite, and has a new look, feel, and set of features. All of your organization’s existing Google+ content will automatically transfer to Currents once you are enrolled in the beta.

Google is making more moves into the video chatting space during the coronavirus pandemic, now providing its premium video conferencing service Google Meet free for consumers. Previously available only to organizations using G Suite, Meet is now open to everyone, in a move that puts Google in competition with rival video chat service Zoom.