Things You Need To Know About The Facebook Reactions

The new Facebook reactions are getting plenty of reactions (no pun intended) from its massive users. With that in mind, there are a few things that you should know about the Facebook reactions if you want to be savvy with it.

Mashable made a list of things probably most of you didn’t know about when Facebook rolled out the reactions. Things such as a the ability to get a detailed breakdown of reactions, the ability to change or undo reactions, and even the fact that the top three reactions will be shown on a post.

If you’re going to be spending a lot of time using the Facebook reactions, you should probably head over to Mashable and read up on the awesome tips that they listed out.

Source: Mashable

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