Why "like" it when you can "love" it!
Social Media networks, like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, are constantly adding cool new features and updating existing ones all to improve the user experience and enhance engagement. We believe it's good to change things up.
So what's next?
Now you can do more than just react to an entire Facebook post.
According to Today Tech, Facebook has brought its emoji reaction tool to comments, so you can now show someone how you feel about their comments with a simple swipe of the thumb.
Simply hover your cursor over the "like" button and react away. Did that person's post make you angry? Happy? Laugh? Let them know how you feel about their remarks.
Did you know the "love" reaction is the most popular emoji since its launch? Keep spreading the "love", folks!
In March, the site brought the feature to Facebook Messenger and last year, reactions alone were introduced for the first time to posts.
Facebook continued to do more with reactions as they proved to be a big hit.
By the end of February of this year, reactions had been used more than 300 billion times, Social Samosa reports.
According to TechRadar, Facebook has brought its emoji reaction tool to comments. you can now show someone how you feel about their comment with a simple swipe of the thumb. Originally Facebook only allowed you to add 'Reactions' to posts but in March it brought the feature to Facebook Messenger, and now you can add little happy or furious faces to comments that people have posted too.
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