Facebook finally rolled out new reactions like “wow”, “love”, “sad” and “haha” in addition to the usual “like” button. The reaction features have been launched world-wide. People are wondering why a dislike button hasn’t yet been added to the list since the Facebook population demanded it for ages. The move comes as Facebook is trying to increase user engagement in articles as oftentimes a user may not want to “Like” a post as the word implies. “Liking” is a little too vague, as a person would never know if his post was “liked” for the same reason as they would have it liked. If you haven’t seen this feature on your smartphone, just update your facebook app. You can access the reactions by long-pressing the “like” Button.
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