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It's weird that I haven't seen an article about this while curating News You Can Use, but LinkedIn now has reactions!
Liked by Dan Hinmon, MCSMN Director
Here's a screenshot.
Curious. Is there any significance to these? Linkedin has always seemed like the social media site for the serious-minded. Is this to draw in the millennial crowd, perhaps? I'm sure I'm missing something…
Liked by Dan Hinmon, MCSMN Director, Lauryn Blakesley
This is a surprise. I think they're missing a "disappointed" or "bad news" reaction, although I understand the reluctance of social media platforms to make it easy for people to be negative. @brendanmcadams you could be right about broadening the LinkedIn appeal.
Liked by Audrey Laine Seymour, Senior Communications Specialist
I like this. We’ve been trying to do more with LinkedIn and understanding what our followers like or don’t like is very helpful.
I was also surprised there was no negative reaction. It will be interesting to see how these play out.
Maybe it's a subtle way of saying "if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all." Interesting!
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Might be nice if certain other platforms followed their lead on this idea! LOL
Oh my gosh, @bethdavidson. You are totally channeling my dad. I can't tell you how many times I heard that as a kid. As an adult, I find it some of the best advice I've ever received. How different would Twitter be if this was the general rule for human interaction?
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