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If you’re bored of using the standard set of emoji expressions for your reaction to a Facebook post then there’s some good news in store for you. Wanna know what? Read on…

Facebook recently rolled out an Emoji Reaction pack to go with its Like button. A few weeks later, Google’s Chrome browser and Mozilla’s Firefox released a new browser extension that enables Facebook users to swap the standard reaction pack with sets of customs reactions, including DiCaprio and Donald Trump.


The browser extension of Facebook’s Reaction Pack was developed by Rodney Folz. It allows Facebook enthusiasts to choose from a cool collection of reaction packs featuring politicians, Hollywood celebs, animated caricatures, etc. and swap them with Facebook’s default emoji reaction pack. However, there’s no new reaction added to the tally of the old reactions, which included Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad and Angry. If you want to publish your own reaction pack then you can do so here.

To give you a brief account of the proceedings so far, in the previous month, Facebook rolled out a set of emoji Reactions to go with their Like button, globally. This was to allow users to post their reactions in the form of sadness, wow, anger, love and laughter emojis. This development happened after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s statement in September last year stating that the company was contemplating adding a “dislike” button. The statement sparked off an online debate on whether this will add to cyber bullying incidents and spread negativity on the number one ranked social networking site. But contrary to the media reports, Facebook launched a set of emoji reactions to go with their traditional “Like” button.

Moreover, the company said that the users’ reactions on the site will also be used to study consumer behavior. The company will then serve ads to the users on their timelines based on their findings. Facebook’s blog post reads, “We will initially use any Reaction similar to a Like to infer that you want to see more of that type of content.” But so far Facebook’s reactions have received mixed reviews from the users of the site.

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Bringing an end to more than a year’s worth of media speculations, Facebook has reportedly launched “Emoji Reactions” on its platform to go with its trademark “Like” button. Facebook has been working behind the scenes for quite some time now to enable online users to express reactions such as Wow, Love, Angry, Happy or Sad.

These “Emoji Reactions” will give Facebook users more expressive freedom by allowing them to react more freely to a particular post, rather than just “Liking” a post.

To use “Emoji Reactions”, mobile users are required to hold on to the Like button and choose from an array of reactions. On the other hand, desktop users need to place their mouse cursor over the Like button, which will make the emoji’s appear on their screens.

To evaluate the impact of emoticons as a part of online self-expression, a whole lot of research and global online surveys were carried out by Facebook. The roll-out of “Emoji Reactions” is a culmination of their years of research and it will soon be available to you for online self-expression on the platform.

“Emoji Reactions” are soon to be rolled-out globally to all the users; that includes the desktop, mobile, iOS and Android app users.



It’s a news that Facebook enthusiasts are eagerly looking forward to happening sometimes in the future. Sometimes rumored and long discussed Facebook “Dislike” button will officially come into existence with its compatriot “Like” button.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed this latest development, during his Town hall interaction, where he spoke in detail about the nuances of creating such an option for the user.

Moreover, he added that the process is in the beta stages and the company is still researching on the new option before it goes live on their dashboard. It’s a bit more complicated and a time-consuming process may go “live” sometime in the future, but no time limit was given as such.

On his decision to add the “Dislike” button, Zuckerberg said that it stemmed from the fact that the most users often wish to express their other emotions but are hampered by the unavailability of such an option.

On the contrary, Zuckerberg’s recent statement contradicts his December last year’s Q&A statement where he was rather apprehensive in introducing the new feature on grounds that it may spread a feeling of negativity among its users.

This new announcement comes after Google started showing more interest in acquiring the No.2 ranked Social Networking site and officially began to display tweets in its search results.

But whatever may be the reason, it will definitely add up to the popularity meter of the No.1 ranked social networking site.

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