Saturday, May 6, 2017

Finally you can react to comments on Facebook as Facebook Emoji Reactions now available in comments


Nicely, many of us all use Facebook in our daily life. The Social media giant Facebook is known for the varieties that it makes in their network to make it better. Well, we have previously seen, Facebook testing GIF feature in a comment section. Facebook is expanding its like button yet again. This time, it’s comments that are getting the new emoji-filled treatment. Well, Facebook had rolled out reactions globally in February last year

A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement “We’ve heard from people that they’d like more ways to show their Reaction in conversations on Facebook, so we’re rolling out the ability to react to comments.”
The reactions include six emoticons love, laughter, happiness, smile, shock, sadness, and anger as it was in the case of image, video or status updates . Users need to hold down the like button on mobile or hover over the like button on the desktop to see the reactions panel.

Back then the reactions were just limited to Status, images, videos and other things that are shared on Facebook. However, Facebook had now expanded its Reaction feature to comments. This simply means that Facebook users can now react to comments as well.

The feature had rolled out to all version of Facebook, but not to users on a mbasic version of Facebook which is a lightweight none responsive version of Facebook which those on Free Facebook use too
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