Facebook is testing ‘dislike’ button and reactions for Messenger – As well as responses to alleged Facebook Messenger ‘dislike’ button test. The first reactions of emojis button social network launched last year and now, as well as to extend it to the Messenger, according to a recent report from TechCrunch.
A dislike button “thumbs down” buttons will be the report said. Currently, Messenger has the blue thumbs up button which is the iconic ‘Like’ button that is also present on Facebook. The social network is testing it dislikes and responses on a limited number of users of the facility is confirmed.
Reactions on Facebook Messenger to work the way they will work similarly, the thumb button below current six responses that such love, laughter, joy, smile, shock, sadness and anger as responses suggestion will be added. To add a response, you have to hold on mobile Like button to see image options or feedback on the desktop, go to the Like button, tap either way, like love, Haha, wow, sad or angry. Currently, it is not known when the roll out to all of these features Messenger users.
Almost exactly a year ago, Facebook introduced the responses, and they prove popular, so far sent more than 300 billion. “Love” is most often used, making up more than half of all responses. Mexico, Chile, Suriname and the responses to each user.
Facebook told TechCrunch, We’re always testing ways to make Messenger more fun and engaging. This is a small test where we enable people to share an emoji that best represents their feelings on a message.