Any bit of news or information posted on a social network platform triggers instant reactions. Maybe that exactly is the reason why we post a status, or share a link or upload a picture on the social forum. It is all about getting reactions. Taking account of this, Facebook introduced its interesting 'React' feature almost a year ago. It provides a more toned down option of expressing reactions in five additional categories, 'Haha', 'Love', 'Sad', 'Angry', 'Wow'. Apart from this, you can anyway click the 'Like' button to give a simple Thumbs Up on the posts. The 'React' update became an instant hit as it spread out the scope of expressing more accurate reactions on relevant posts. Official sources had revealed that the 'React' button was used for over 300 billion times from the time of its launch.
Taking the 'React' option one step forward, Facebook allowed similar arrangement on its messaging app 'Messenger'. It is been just a month since 'Messenger' received this update and the giant social media is now ready to infiltrate the same in the 'Comment' box as well.
Yes, as per the latest Facebook update, you can now put across your reactions on a post by simply hitting one of those 'React' options.
As if the 'Smiley' and 'Emoticons' were not enough for reacting on the comment bar, we now get another substitute for penning down feelings through words. Words now seem to be an old school form of expression. But is it for good? Are we not losing the beauty of articulating the feelings through words because of these improvised one-click digital updates? You can introspect about it and let us know in the comment section below on our blog!
Meanwhile, if you are new to Facebook and not sure about accessing the recent update, then follow this one step instruction. All you need to do is long press the 'Like' button. The five reactions will pop up and you can choose the one that you want to express.
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