Facebook “Like” Comes to Comments

Facebook “Like” Comes to Comments

Just when you thought Like was everywhere, it appears somewhere else.

Sometimes, in the course of your comments, you’ll find something that you really like.  Now, you can express that thanks to Facebook implementing the Like function on all comments.

According to the Facebook Blog:

Since first launching the “Like” feature in 2009 and the ability to comment on News Feed storiesin 2008, we’ve seen these features become central to the way people communicate on Facebook. They’re two of the most heavily used features on the site and have proven to be a simple way to discuss posts and show appreciation for the content friends share on Facebook.

Facebook coins one of my favorite phrases, calling it a peanut butter and jelly idea.  I’d have to agree.

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