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After announcing that Facebook users would soon be able to express a wider range of emotions on the platform through emoji, the company is now delivering on that promise by rolling it out to all users.
The new ‘Reactions’ give you buttons for ‘Like,’ Love,’ Haha,’ Wow,’ ‘Sad’ or ‘Angry’ and to use them you just need to hold down the Like button (on mobile) or hover over it if you’re on a desktop.
Facebook says that after more than a year of testing and research, the Reactions are now ready for the prime time, so expect to see a whole lot more emotive responses in your News Feed from today.
➤ Reactions Now Available Globally [Facebook Newsroom]
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