We first heard of Facebook's new dislike button back in September; actually, they're reactions and they officially involve 6 emotions.
A dislike button was discussed, but Facebook decided that was too "negative." It seems Facebook is falling inline with it's traditional thought and mission of appealing to just about anyone, without bias.
Personally, I am bored of Facebook. Perhaps these new reactions might make it a little less boring.
Facebook won’t give a specific date for when Reactions will be introduced in the U.S. and around the world, just that it’ll be “in the next few weeks.” Cox says the data he has looks good and that users will take to Reactions, though he takes pains not to sound in any way triumphant. “We roll things out very carefully,” he says. “And that comes from a lot of lessons learned.”
Posted in Science & Technology on Jan 31, 2016
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