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Facebook users express concern about the button “I do not like” potential
Turn users of Facebook to the social networking site Wednesday to interact with the company’s decision to test what he described as its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg Right, “I do not like” Dislike, where it appeared that the idea is not to everyone’s liking.
In a question-and-answer session was held Tuesday, Zuckerberg responded to questions from users on topics ranged from virtual reality to his wife’s pregnancy. However, most Facebook users have focused their attention on the announcement that the social network, which includes more than 1.5 billion users working to add another button to show “not impressed.”
It showered User Zuckerberg official page on Facebook with nearly 3,000 comments focused largely on the option “I do not like.” While some said it would increase their use Facebook more if they are providing this option, others stressed that it would lead to authoritarianism problems online and more negative on the site.
Commented one user saying “please do not admire you add a button, with my preference that I often, but I prefer to express my thoughts through words speak directly and completely from my mind.”
Zuckerberg said that users are demanding right, “I do not like” Several years ago, however it is not necessary to release the name of “do not like” button on a finger or thumb that refers to the bottom. He added that the company was preparing to test a copy of the button.
Zuckerberg explained that the goal of the button would be to express sympathy with the publications that may indicate issues where there is a button “Like” is the appropriate response, such as the refugee crisis or the death of a family member.
And display some users alternative proposals are believed to reduce the harassment on the site, such as adding a button “sympathize” or “sympathy” Sympathy instead, or allow users to select the vacant post their publications of button options “do not like” in the event has been added.Viewing:-176
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