Twitter brings back World Cup hashtags
Are you crazy about the World Cup and hung up on social media?
Here's another reason to tweet during the upcoming event.
Twitter just brought back flags! Just type the country code as the hashtag and poof, flag.
It's not a few feature. It was first introduced in 2010.
But that's not all.
Twitter is also introducing the World Cup of Tweets. The country to get the most Twitter mentions wins.
Read about Twitter's World Cup features here.
But Twitter isn't the only social media going cray-cray over World Cup.
Facebook is putting together news about the matches and posts by players on a feed, reported The Verge.
But the best thing about it has got to be the Fan Map section.
Find out which countries and cities the fans of football superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are mostly from.
Sources: Twitter blog, Facebook, The Verge