Facebook Is Testing A
Facebook Is Testing A "Dislike" Button — Everything You Need To Know

Facebook users are going to get the most demanded “Dislike” button very soon. Facebook is testing out a new reaction “Dislike” button on its Messenger system and users will not find any “Dislike” button feature for posts in their News Feed.

Facebook Is Testing A “Dislike” Button — Everything You Need To Know

Well, we all use “Like” button on Facebook. We used to like someone, post, comment, Status, etc. However, people made a demand for a dislike button on Facebook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg game them “Reactions.”

Well, Mark Zuckerberg thinks that including a dislike button on Facebook can spread hatred on social media. However, the good news is Facebook is testing out a new reaction “Dislike” button on its Messenger system.

According to TechCrunch, Facebook users are going to get the most demanded “Dislike” button very soon. However, Facebook will roll out the “Dislike” button feature in Facebook Messenger. Users will not find any “Dislike” button feature for posts in their News Feed.

Well, Facebook is testing the new feature in Messenger, users just need to click on a button next to the text message to bring up the reaction panels. Facebook Messenger reaction will have a dislike or thumbs down button.

Facebook thinks that addition of “Dislike” button in reaction panel will make Messenger “more fun and engaging.” If this feature turns out to be successful, then it will be rolled out universally.

Facebook sees the “Dislike” button more like a “No” button. Very often people use Facebook messenger for planning and coordination. Facebook hopes that the “No” button will make “Quick logistics and voting” and voting easier.

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