When you press the dislike button we will automatically show you that you disliked the post, also it will automatically comment a dislike button on their comment section so they know that you disliked their post.
How do you make a dislike symbol on Facebook?
TechCrunch reader Hoan Do sent us a tip that Facebook Messenger is showing some users a Reactions option. When you hover over messages friends have sent in a chat thread, you can tap the emoji button to pick from attaching a little thumbs-up Like, thumbs-down Dislike, or a heart-eyes, lol, wow, sad, or angry emoji.
Facebook is finally rolling out a dislike button. Its users have long been asking for a way to show their disapproval of news, in addition to the famous Like button. But it is not exactly as one might expect.
The company decided not to add a “dislike” button for one simple reason: It’s too negative. “All of the other attempts had failed,” Chris Cox, Facebook’s chief product officer said to Bloomberg in January when discussing the company’s new buttons.
Social media is full of posts and opinions. … There is no way for someone who disagrees with a post to “dislike.” Enabling social media platform users to use a dislike button would have many negative consequences, such as enforcing negative opinions, which is why it should not be an option.
Facebook is finally working on a feature that users have wanted for years: a “dislike” button that will let us react to posts that aren’t strictly positive. …
How do you dislike a post?
How do I unlike something on Facebook?
- To unlike a post or photo: Go to the post or photo. Tap Like to unlike.
- To unlike a comment: Go to the comment. Tap Like to unlike.
- To unlike a Page: Go to the Page. Tap Liked. Tap Unlike to unlike.
How do you Unlike a comment?
To “Unlike” a comment, click on the thumbs-up “Like” icon. The comment “Like” icon will turn gray, confirming that you have now “Unliked” the comment.
The reason Facebook decided to not make a Dislike button is the same reason why it has expanded the Like button with Reactions: the actions of liking and disliking are both too simple for the vast array of content that’s shared on Facebook every day.