You Want a Dislike Button? Here's Why Facebook Isn't Giving You One
Many, many Facebook users have clamored for a dislike button for years.
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Earlier this week, Facebook launched Reactions globally — allowing users to select which emotion a post evokes: like, love, haha, wow, sad or angry.
What’s missing in that list? Dislike.
Many, many Facebook users have clamored for a dislike button for years. An October poll by YouGov Omnibus shows that 38 percent of people polled were in favor of a dislike button (compared to 30 percent who wanted Reactions).
People took to Facebook and Twitter to complain about the lack of a dislike button within Reactions.
When Facebook finally gives us Reactions… but there’s still no dislike button option.