We'll probably never get a true "dislike" button on Facebook, but the social network just started to roll out the closest thing we've seen yet.
Reactions, a new feature for Facebook's ubiquitous Like button that allows you to respond to posts with emoji. Facebook won’t give a specific date for when Reactions will be introduced in the U.S. and around the world, just that it’ll be “in the next few weeks”.
So how does the button work? The easiest way to think about Reactions is as an extension of the existing Like button. The feature works with any post on Facebook where you see the Like button. Long pressing (or hovering over it with your mouse if you're on a desktop browser) will open up a panel of six different reactions you can add to a post. The first is, of course, "like," followed by "love," "haha," "yay," "wow," "sad" and "anger."