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Twitter, LinkedIn and Apple unveil new social media tools

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The social networking sites, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Apple, have launched their own social media features for journalists and others who use them.

The launch of these tools comes after months of pressure from journalists and the media organisations they cover.

One of the new features is the “Media Portal”, which allows users to share articles, news stories, photos, videos and videos in an easier and more accessible way than before.

The new tools are a step in the right direction for journalists, but they are also a reminder of the difficulties journalists still face when reporting on the world around them.

The news portal allows users the ability to quickly share content, like news stories or images.

But it has a few limitations.

Users can’t directly see the stories that they’re sharing.

They can’t edit their own content, for example.

And they can’t embed videos and photos into articles.

The social media platform has also made it harder for journalists to access their own stories.

As an example, Twitter recently launched a new feature called “Find a Story” to help users find stories that are relevant to their interests.

The “Find Story” feature will allow users to find stories from the past week, like stories about the Super Bowl or the Australian Cup, and to share them in their timelines, which can be viewed by the wider public.

But Twitter says that this feature is only available to users who have an account with a verified profile.

“As with any social network, we do not make it easy for our users to discover and share content,” a Twitter spokesperson said.

“We do, however, offer additional tools to help our users discover and discover.”

A similar feature is available on LinkedIn, which allows journalists to share their news stories and images with users from other LinkedIn groups.

But there are limits to how users can share their content.

Users can only embed their content into articles and can’t create or share videos.

And there is no way for journalists or others to embed videos into their stories.

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