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It’s no dislike button, but we might get dislike reactions on Facebook Messenger

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Besides stopping the spread of fake news, a dislike button is probably the feature Facebook users ask for more than anything. 

And despite years of rumors, we’ve never gotten one. But now, we might finally get a dislike feature. Caveat: It’s only on Facebook Messenger. 

According to TechCrunch, Facebook is testing a feature that would let users post reactions to private messages—similar to the way users can hover over the like button to choose a reaction on any public Facebook post. 

Facebook Reactions include the “love,” “haha,” “wow,” “sad” and “angry” options. The version TechCrunch spotted in Messenger includes those, and a thumbs up and thumbs down, or dislike.  Read more…

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