TODAY DURING A Q&A at Facebook headquarters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the social network is indeed working on some kind of Dislike button. “People have asked about the dislike button for many years,” he said. “We’ve finally heard you and we’re working on this and we will deliver something that meets the needs of the larger community.”
Last December, during another Town Hall Q&A, Zuckerberg spoke about the Dislike button, acknowledging that the singular Like button created issues in the News Feed. For instance, when you see a post about a relative who’s passed away, or a break up, or a natural disaster, you want to show support… but Like doesn’t really apply to those situations.
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