Youtube annotations, an often underutilized tool, looks to be replaced by a similar feature recently introduced: cards. Unlike annotations, cards work on mobile, so while they will both continue to be available everything points to cards eventually replacing annotations altogether. Here's what you need to know about this new Youtube feature.

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Unlike Facebook, where you are allowed to add several users with different levels of access, up until today that was not possible on Twitter. Technically not a feature of Twitter itself but the Twitter-owned social media dashboard Tweetdeck, this is Twitter's first ever move to address the issue of teams collaborating on a single Twitter account without the need to use third-party app such as Buffer or Hootsuite, or the not so safe practice of sharing passwords.

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