Instead of Dislike Button, Facebook Testing Reaction Emojis
Remember a few weeks ago when Facebook announced they were finally adding a dislike button? People were thrilled to say the least.
But now it looks like the plan may be changing. Instead of a dislike button, Facebook has begun testing "reaction emojis".
In other words, instead of a simple thumbs down on a post, you will have the option to pick from seven different emojis to express your feelings for said post.
The choices will be: the regular "thumbs up", a heart for "love", a laughing face for "haha", a happy face for "yay", a shocked face for "wow", a crying face for "sad", and a mad face for "anger".
For now, these new emojis are only being tested in Spain and Ireland. There's no word yet when or if Facebook plans to take them worldwide.