Right now, a lot of our world is turned upside down and we have all been affected in one way or another. The recommendation to stay home and practice social distancing means that we no longer get together with our family, friends or colleagues – something that makes a lot of us feel alone and isolated. But the challenges we face today have also driven many companies and social platforms to come up with new ideas and initiatives to spread joy, share knowledge and help people feel less lonely at home. In this blog post, we will share 5 positive things we have seen happen online over the past month, so we can shine some glimmers of light into the darkness.
1. Instagram launches “Co-Watching”
In March, Instagram launched a new feature that allows users to watch content together – such as liked and saved posts – via video call. But this feature is not entirely new; according to