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nnj books lake button is getting more expressive , the social network Thursday unveiling reaction , instead of a mode you intended to more appropriately show how you feel about a Facebook post , you know not every moment in the good moment right and if you are sharing something that is , sad you know whether something in current events I liked on the refugee crisis that touches you or opera family member I have passed away then it may not feel comfortable to like that but are your friends and people want to be able to express that they understand that they relate to you so I do think that it is important to give people more options than just like I did a quick way to unload and and share with your feeling on a post some users fear that meant introducing a dislike button , which they said would lead to more negativity on this site , like Robert said that reaction is not a dislike button but will allow users to react to pose with greater empathy , a pilot test for reaction start in Ireland and Spain