Facebook Unveils New 'Reaction' Buttons, Users Respond
You may have noticed something different about your Facebook this morning — that’s because Facebook unveiled the new “Reactions” to replace the “Like” button!
Instead of just being able to “Like” a status, you can now “Like,” “Love,” “Haha,” “Wow,” “Sad” or “Angry” any status on the social networking site.
“We’ve been listening to people and know that there should be more ways to easily and quickly express how something you see in News Feed makes you feel. That’s why today we are launching Reactions, an extension of the Like button, to give you more ways to share your reaction to a post in a quick and easy way,” Facebook explained.
Click inside to read some reactions to the new buttons…
— Z100 New York (@Z100NewYork) February 24, 2016
Ironically, Idk how to feel about these new Facebook emotions. pic.twitter.com/1Xexday2hu
— Andy Swift (@AndySwift) February 24, 2016
OK what is happening on Facebook? What are those emojis where the like button should be? I'm so scared and confused pic.twitter.com/C0aVhY3RlT
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) February 24, 2016
my new dick move is going to be giving the "sad" facebook reaction to outfit selfies of people who have wronged me
— Seán (@seanfaye) February 24, 2016
I’ve had the new Facebook reactions for 20 minutes and I already accidentally “wow”ed the status of someone I haven’t talked to in 10 years
— Megan Hess (@mhess4) February 24, 2016
oh god the new facebook reactions are here and they're terrifying
— casey morell (@csymrl) February 24, 2016
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