On Facebook, we have a choice of 6 basic reactions to the content posted on the site: “I Like it”, “Super”, “Ha ha”, “Wow”, “Sorry” and “Wrr”.
It’s not much, but it’s something. Previously, we only had the “Like” button at our disposal. Users, to better express their emotions, wanted more icons, until finally the founder of Facebook decided to introduce them. However, there are some that Internet users have suggested, such as the “I do not like it” button and the “Fuck off” button.
Every now and then the service gives you the opportunity to take advantage of additional temporary reactions. In May, for example, a purple flower appeared, which meant gratitude. He was signed with the word “Thank you”. The icon was introduced on Mother’s Day and was very popular with users. You probably already noticed some new friends with a new color – a multicolored rainbow associated with the LGBT community. It means pride and it can be attached to a standard reaction set.
The rainbow flag icon is to celebrate June – a month of pride and an opportunity to support the LGBT community.
We are joined by pride. We still have a long road to equality, but we are moving in the right direction. “I will do my best to make Facebook a safe place for LGBT people and for everyone in the world,” said founder Mark Zuckerberg proudly.
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