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Engadget has learned that Facebook is about to launch a “Reactions” feature that expresses multiple emotions, instead of the lonely “like” and long rumored “dislike.” May start rolling out in Ireland and Spain tomorrow.
Liked by Lee Aase, Director, Mayo Clinic Social Media Network
It always feels weird when you see a post about someone experiencing a loss in their life, and the only option other than to leave a comment is “Like.” Having a range of ways of expressing support would be helpful.
Liked by Dan Hinmon, MCSMN Director
I agree @LeeAase. So much smarter — and useful — than just introducing the “dislike” button.
Just found this: Exclusive First Look At Facebook’s New Dislike Button. Shows a series of emoticon options. https://adespresso.com/academy/blog/exclusive-first-look-at-facebooks-new-dislike-button/
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