Facebook reactions globally introduced an extension of the Like button

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Your Facebook News Feed experience is going to be more expressive. On the day of worldwide laugh of reactions, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, introduced a new “reaction” feature that would allow users to reply to post more than a “like” but with some more reactions.

Tap the Like button on mobile or hover over on desktop to see the reaction – Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad or Angry

Facebook has been conducting global research for about one year and after months of user testing in some countries; Facebook has released the “Reactions” to all other users across the world.

This is the expanded version of “Like’ button – a new set of 6 emoji will sit alongside the original thumbs-up to let users quickly respond with “Like” “Love”, “Haha”, “Wow”, “Sad”, and most importantly “Angry” to express empathy beyond the Like button.

If you share a sad piece of content or something that makes you angry, people may not have the tool to react to it.

If you’d like to share your emotion on post just tap the “Like’ button in your mobile and emoji will come up, for desktop they will come up as you hover the mouse over the like or click on it.

Last year in September, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg publicly announced they might come up with expanded like option which some users thought adding “Dislike” button. The addition of “Anger” reaction is good news for the Facebook users – who wished Facebook had a “Dislike’ button.

The new set of reactions will appear across both mobile and desktop versions of the app append on all posts in the news feed.

Source: Facebook Newsroom

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Facebook reactions globally introduced an extension of the Like button