Hold Your Reaction
February 20, 2017
Everyday people flock to FB to find out what’s going on in the world around them, looking to share content they resonate with and “like” things that matter to them. This week, Facebook silently rolled out the one of the most sought after user functions ever: Facebook Reactions. Instead of simply liking a post, you can select an emotion that best represents how you feel about what you’re viewing. We now have more than one way to express how we feel about the content that surrounds us. Because no one wants to “like” the passing of your best friends grandma.