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Facebook adds 'Reactions' to Like button feature

About a month ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company was close to testing a "Dislike" button, but didn't specify what format it would take.

Zuckerberg said that although a "Dislike" button has been one of the most asked-for features, he didn't want to turn Facebook into a place where people voted posts up or down.
The bigger goal, he said, was to give users ways to express empathy on Facebook.



We studied which comments and reactions are most commonly and universally expressed across Facebook, then worked to design an experience around them that was elegant and fun," Facebook product manager Chris Cox said in an announcement Thursday.



There's a throbbing heart for "Love," a fuming face for "Angry," a teary-eyed "Sad," a laughing "Haha," a surprised "Wow" and an eyes-closed smile for "Yay."










Facebook says it will use tests of the Reactions feature in Ireland and Spain to improve the options, and hopes to give all users the ability to say "Yay" and "Haha" soon.

Update Reaction Button is Completely Roll Out!!

Just Hover your mouse pointer to view Reaction Button on Like Button!






They also label the emoticon





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