Facebook's new reactions 'love', 'haha', 'wow' can also speak Pirate - Techworm

The social networking giant, Facebook on February 25 introduced five new expressions of 'love', 'haha', 'wow', 'sad', and 'angry' to its Like button, which users can click while responding to a post. However, the Verge reported that this new system ...

Facebook's new emoji-based Reactions see the 'Love' button clicked the most - International Business Times AU

Facebook launched Reactions this week, a set of six buttons to help users better express themselves. Facebook. It seems Facebook users love love, or at least clicking on it since the social media giant's roll-out of five new emoji-based reactions this ...

Facebook's new 'like' buttons have a hidden agenda - Business Insider

For years people have clamored for Facebook to add a “dislike” button alongside its iconic like button. That was never going to happen, for reasons I've explained. Instead, in October the company began testing a suite of six emoji complements to the ...

10 Rejected Facebook Reactions That Should Have Made The Cut - The Escapist

In October 2015, Facebook Grand Emperor Mark Zuckerberg declared that his social media platform was testing emoji reactions as an alternative to the "like" button that we've all come to know. After much testing - by top men, no doubt - Facebook ...

Facebook Inc. New 'Reactions' Also Feature Pirates - Daily Caller

Facebook Inc. (NADSAQ: FB) has been doing rather well with the new features it has introduced so far. Even though people have been asking for a Dislike button, the company has instead offered the Reactions feature, which managed to appeal to a lot of ...

'Love', 'haha', 'wow', 'sad', 'angry' expressions could be translated in Pirate: Facebook - Daily News & Analysis

Facebook introduced five new expressions of 'love', 'haha', 'wow', 'sad', and 'angry' which users can click while responding to a post, a couple of days back. Now, the social networking giant has introduced a new system translating the reactions to ...

Facebook Reactions can get matey with you in Pirate speak - International Business Times UK

Facebook launched its new and improved emoji-laden expansion to its Like button on 25 February. But did you know that Reactions can speak several languages, one of which includes Pirate? The new Reactions emoji can help users express myriad ...

Facebook rolls out five new Reactions buttons including angry, wow and sad - The Kathmandu Post

The five new emotions - which are Love, Angry, Sad, Haha and Wow - appear when you hover over Like on a PC, or hold it down on mobile or tablet. The social network tried out the new buttons in a pilot in Ireland, Japan and Spain last October. In a ...

Facebook's new reactions also speak Pirate - The Verge

Facebook launched its new-and-improved Like button yesterday, which lets users react with more than a simple thumbs up. They can now love something, or thinks it's worthy of a wow face, a sad face, an angry face, or a "haha" face. Well, that's how the ...

New Facebook Reactions to Expand Data Collection - U.S. News & World Report

The site's new feelings reactions will enable it to share more data about your politics and behavior. By Tom Risen, Staff Writer | Feb. 26, 2016, at 5:22 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. New Facebook Reactions to Expand Data ...

Five new Reactions join Like button on Facebook - The Hans India

​​“Been stuck on tarmac for five hours.” 48 Likes. “We were just evicted.” 137 Likes. “My dog passed away.” 412 Likes. Life is not a series of thumbs-up moments. Yet for the past seven years on Facebook, the noncommittally upbeat human emotion has been ...

Facebook's new Reactions/Like button is now available globally - TWCN Tech News (blog)

Facebook Like button now gives you the choice to select your 'Reactions' buttons to express your emotions. Back in September 2015, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about adding a Dislike button on Facebook, however, these not exactly the Dislike ...

If You Don't 'Like' What I Wrote on Facebook You Can Emoji Me - Huffington Post

My mouse used to hover and hesitate. How could I “like” a Facebook post that was sad or tragic or pointing out an injustice? I could have commented, but that would take time and make me read comments from people I don't know. Still, “like” didn't ...

Wow! Love Facebook Reactions? Or Sad Them? - WBUR

Facebook's new feature offers the promise of more authentic and nuanced expression. But will they strengthen relationships, or just boost advertising effectiveness? (Mary Altaffer/AP). In a 2015 Q&A, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reflected on the ...

Facebook Reactions — What's it all About? - Hack Read

The legendary Like button will no longer be gracing our Facebook pages as frequently as it regularly does since Facebook Reactions are here to replace it. In simple words, Facebook reactions are the title of a range of new icons that will be available ...

Reactions To Facebook's New Like Buttons—The Internet Goes Wild - The Inquisitr

Browsing through news feed and liking the posts you love is a common Facebook activity. Liking Facebook updates is often was of expressing social niceties. There were times you hated a video on Facebook, but you could do nothing about it and the best ...

What are Facebook's five new “reactions” called in Japan? - RocketNews24

In Japan, you don't “like” something on Facebook, you “ii ne” it. But what about the five other “reactions” that Facebook has just added? When you're trying to learn a new language, people often tell you to immerse yourself as much as possible. “Set ...

This one simple trick makes Facebook's new emoji reactions way more fun - Business Insider

Facebook this week added new "Reactions" to supplement its signature Like button. People have mixed feelings about the additions so far, but one simple trick might make it all better. Here's what Facebook Reactions normally look like: ...

Facebook Inc. New 'Reactions' Are Not Available for Advertisers - Daily Caller

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) took a great initiative by introducing reactions on its site. Even though it is available for everyone to use, advertisers seem to be the only people who cannot utilize the feature to their advantage in order to better ...

Six alternative Facebook reaction buttons you'll wish Mark Zuckerberg had made - Telegraph.co.uk

Finally, Facebook users no longer need suffer the limitations of being able to respond to a friend's status with nothing more than a crude, all-purpose 'like'. The site has introduced six new 'reaction buttons' to be used in addition - namely Love, Wow ...