Facebook Now Has New Reactions

It looks like Facebook users will now have more reactions to choose from as the social media company has officially rolled out five new reactions globally. Now, you can react with five new reactions, which are “love”, “haha,” “wow,” “sad,” or “angry” emoji, on a post in Facebook.

Facebook Reactions

Activating it is easy enough. Just hover over or hold down (for mobile users) the Like button and the range of reactions should come out. However, the reactions only work on posts. Comments are still relegated to Like buttons only.

Given that Facebook users tend to have a wide variety of emotions, at least, more than just Like and Unlike, the new reaction emojis should prove to be quite the tool for social media lovers. Plus, you can finally show how you feel when someone posts a Justin Bieber quote or a really cute dog picture.

facebook reactions example

How do feel about the new Facebook reactions? Do you like it? Love it? Angry about it? Or just plain Sad? Let us know!

Source: Facebook

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