Facebook platform after being pressed for years by users to add a “dislike” button, finally has announced it was working on the feature and will be testing it soon.
“We’ve finally heard you,” CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg told a public town hall meeting in Facebook’s hometown of Menlo Park, California.
A question submitted online by a user asked the oft-repeated question of why there were no buttons along the lines of “I’m sorry”, “interesting” or “dislike” in
addition to the classic thumbs-up “like” button, through which users show their support for posts by friends, stars and brands on the social network.
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