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Dec 10, 2017
Facebook to introduce a number of greeting options including wink and high-five to interact with friendsThe greeting options are still under trial and the feature will be released in line with Facebook's tenth anniversary of the poke.
Oct 04, 2017
Online dating app Tinder launches ‘Reactions’; likely to help users express themselves betterTinder reactions are different from reactions on Facebook as unlike Facebook, they take the full screen to display the reaction animations.
Mar 06, 2017
Facebook testing Reaction and dislike button on MessengerIf you thought the Reaction button was a cool idea on Facebook (instead of a boring old "like") then you will be happy to know that it's soon coming to Messenger.
May 24, 2016
Facebook Live's latest feature will let you fast-forward to the best partsFacebook is implementing a system that will present you the most interesting parts of a video on the timeline itself. The feature is rolling out to in batches to users, and is primarily designed with live video in mind.
May 16, 2016
Belgian police warn Facebook users from using 'Reactions' button to protect privacyBelgian police have asked citizens to shun Facebook's "Reactions" buttons to protect their privacy, the media reported on Sunday.
Mar 08, 2016
New Facebook extension lets you use Donald Trump an emoji ReactionJust a few weeks after Facebook introduced the new Reactions, a new browser extension for Chrome and Firefox has been released which lets users swap the standard emojis in yellow with sets of custom reactions, including sets of Pokémon, Donald Trump.
Feb 29, 2016
Wow, sad, angry and more : Facebook launches Reactions worldwideFacebook users around the globe can now do more than "like" a post. They can love it, laugh at it or feel angered by it.
Feb 25, 2016
Advertisers cannot use new Facebook 'reactions' to target viewersFacebook advertisers love the idea of using the social network's new anger, humor and other emoticon buttons to better target audiences, but they are :( that the company is not letting them do so right away.
Oct 09, 2015
Facebook may not get a dislike button, but 'Reactions' is coming soonFacebook hasn't really churned out a dislike button, but has released several reactions in the form of emojis to express anger in a subtle way.