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Facebook Messenger May Soon Get Reactions, Dislike Button


Facebook is testing a new feature within its Messenger instant messaging service that gives its users the opportunity to “react” to incoming messages, including the first time a Dislike option has appeared on any of Facebook’s services.

Currently only in testing for a small subset of users across the Facebook Messenger web application, the new feature allows users to react to messages in a similar way to ‘Tapback’ feature which Apple added to its own Messages app for iMessage as part of iOS 10 or the option Slack has offered as part of its workplace social network for quite a while now.

Source: TechCrunch

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