Reels vs Tiktok. Let’s see the growth of Reels in the worldwide.
As the Instagram last year test it’s Tiktok competitor Reels in Brazil; will brings Reels to the U.S in August. As the source said, Tiktok facing scrutiny in Washington for handling the user data amid larger tensions between the United States and China.
With Reels, you can make 15-second video clips set to a large library of music. Like Tiktok, user can borrow and remix audio from other peoples videos. You can mimic or create your own content using your voice.
Being viral in Tiktok is a proud thing in the Tiktok world. So same you will see here in Instagram Reels. As there is an Option “Featured Reels” this the section of the most popular videos.
Facebook first launched Reels in Brazil last November and after that in France and Germany last month. As India is the highest user base for Tiktok, but due to the border security tension and India banned the most downloaded apps in India.
Last week Instagram Reels launched in India also.
According to NBC News, a Facebook spokesperson says Instagram Reels should hit the U.S. and other countries in early August.
Facebook will launch Reels in United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico and 50 approximately countries in August 2020.
Users will be able to access Reels through a new icon at the bottom of their screen in Instagram and post Reels to Instagram’s main feed or Instagram Explore for public accounts.
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How to Think: The Skill You’ve Never Been Taught
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No skill is more valuable and harder to come by than the ability to critically think through problems. Schools don’t teach you a method of thinking. Thinking is one of those things that can be learned but can’t be taught.
When it comes to thinking the mind has an optimal way to be operated. When operated correctly you’ll find yourself with plenty of free time. When operated incorrectly, most of your time will be consumed correcting mistakes.
Good decisions create time, bad ones consume it. Good initial decisions pay dividends for years, allowing abundant free time and low stress. Poor decisions, on the other hand, consume time, increase anxiety, and drain us of energy.
But how can we learn how to think?
For the answer, we turn to Solitude and Leadership, a lecture given by William Deresiewicz. The entire essay is worth reading (and re-reading).
Learning How To Think
Let’s start with how you don’t learn to think. A study by a team of researchers at Stanford came out a couple of months ago. The investigators wanted to figure out how today’s college students were able to multitask so much more effectively than adults. How do they manage to do it, the researchers asked? The answer, they discovered—and this is by no means what they expected—is that they don’t. The enhanced cognitive abilities the investigators expected to find, the mental faculties that enable people to multitask effectively, were simply not there. In other words, people do not multitask effectively. And here’s the really surprising finding: the more people multitask, the worse they are, not just at other mental abilities, but at multitasking itself.
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