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Zuckerberg, You Said We Were Getting a Dislike Button. Reactions to "Reactions"

Zuckerberg, You Said We Were Getting a Dislike Button. Reactions to "Reactions"

Turns out, though, Zuckerberg’s soft announcement may have just been a head-fake. A couple weeks later, Facebook announced “Reactions,” a set of seven emoticons ranging from “like” to “love” to “sad” to “anger.” And: there’s no “thumbs-down” or anything resembling a “dislike” button. The emojis will be shown in percentages beneath a post online — 30% loved it, 4% are shocked, and so on.

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