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mark Zuckerberg changing the face of Facebook with one simple addition I dislike button not the case becoming an unfriendly airplanes just maybe more empathetic in a queue in a session with employees Luxembourg explained that for years many years there are out for a more appropriate way to endorse today postings about a friend illness or the Syrian refugee crisis , from the ground up perspective and just not feeling quite right what the new button will look like and be called is still in development but the prospect of something even resembling a dislike button does have a threat , social media can already be a pretty angry ugly place and with one point five billion users Facebook doesn't want to add to the hater , and then there's the potential effect on Facebook bottom line I get like button could make the site more engaging but turned off some advertisers who may want to exist solely in the feel good new strain , no arrival date was given for the new feature Duckburg said the company will test the button first before rolling out widely making sure users like it dislike