Facebook now allows marketers to serve ads to people who visit their stores IRL. Our team can currently target brick & mortar consumers through Reveal, but we have to manually pull the data and upload. The Facebook implementation will cut down on time and allow us to build look-alike models.

Instagram has found a happy medium when it comes to autoplaying sound. With the new update, videos will still autoplay with the sound off, but if you tap to turn one video’s sound on, all other videos will autoplay with sound for the rest of your Instagram session, striking a good balance between convenient and annoying.

Pinterest is rolling out a new feature inspired by its power users. The new addition, called Sections, allows Pinterest users to divide their board into various sub-groups related to the board’s main topic. For example, if you’re redesigning your home, you might create sections for sofas, rugs, lamps, paint colors, etc.

As a savvy marketer, you might think you’re impervious to Facebook ads, but you probably get seduced every once in a while. Now you can revisit ads you’ve previously clicked in ‘Recent Ad Activity’.

Watch out when using those pesky @ symbols in your Outlook messages. You might accidentally tag an influencer and send them an unintended email (happened to a friend).

TWI.. heartwarming stories, this Mexico City rescue dog has saved more than 50 people from earthquake rubble.

And happy fall, y’all!! Here are 5 things you probably didn’t know about the pumpkin spice latte season.