Selected users now have the option to flag posts to Facebook.
Facebook on Thursday announced the rollout of a new "Reactions" button, which lets users respond to posts with six emoji-inspired faces, as well as the traditional Like.
There's no "thumbs-down" option, but at least there's an "angry" face and a "wow" face.
Facebook is considering adding a feature that people have wanted for a long time now: a "dislike" button. But don't hold your breath.
Facebook just released a "dislike" button -- of sorts.
1. Go to the chat feature while browsing Facebook on the web or mobile. 2. Click the smiley logo in the bottom right of a
Playing around with a "sympathize" button at a hackathon -- a chance for staffers to brainstorm new ideas for site features
When it comes to a "Dislike" button, Facebook is in a bind. On the one hand, Facebook, somewhat paternally, wants to only
How do we bring real meaning to even perfunctory encounters and make those little annoying thumbs really powerful?
Right before Facebook's new timeline rolled out in 2011, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said users would be given freedom to combine