How to handle conflict on social media

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  • Thursday, 03 Jan 2019

Facebook, Twitter and Snap said or implied that the disappointing user numbers were the result of intentional decisions to improve their digital hangouts.

In the latest episode of "What did Kanye West tweet", the Chicago-born rapper Twitter-stormed his 28 million followers, airing out his many grievances with rapper Drake. 

With roughly 326 million monthly active users on Twitter – and a whopping 1.4 billion daily users on Facebook – it's fair to say that social media has become ubiquitous within our culture and daily lives. The pseudo sense of connectivity it provides can make sharing your feelings on the platforms seem normal. This especially rings true for ultra social-media-savvy adults ages 18 to 29, 88% of whom use at least one social site, the highest among any age group according to a Pew Research analysis. 

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