Facebook launches Seven Emotion Reactions Worldwide

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Facebook launches a few more reactions to its users globally. Facebook surprised users with the new ‘Reactions’ which includes a number of seven emotions. The ‘reactions’ could be an extension of the “Like” button. These emotions accompany the like button which means it appears on the screen.
The new emotions are “Like”, “Love”, “Happy”,”Wow”,”Sad”, “Angry”. to add a reaction, hold the Like button on your mobile or desktop over the “Like” button you can see the new emotions, then tap your reaction either like love, like, haha, wow, sad or angry. According to the news, the”Yay” emotion which is also expected to be released was not seen in the Wednesday’s launch video. Facebook users also expecting a “Dislike” image in the list of emotions.Some of them are unhappy that they did not introduce the Dislike!

Why Facebook added new ‘Reactions’:

1.More than a year Facebook was conducting a global research including the groups and surveys to determine the reactions of people who are using stickers and would want to use most.
2.Facebook also looked, people, how they are commenting and responding to posts and the top stickers, emotions which the people are using.
3.The reactions which were being used in Spain were more than doubled, as they debuted in the month of October.
In the Facebook survey, the most common reaction used in all test markets is the one and only “LOVE”.
Initially, Facebook launched the new Emotions in some markets and went out with a positive outcome.Now they are introducing them all to the world. This feature arrived varied reviews on social -media by users.
Many expressed distress that this feature may show the way to reduced use of language and less interaction. Others were spoken, now you don’t even have to suggest actual words, just with a single click a freaking emotion.
On the other hand, however, be the reviews most of the users are happy to have a new version of expressing their feelings on facebook which can even save the time.

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