Facebook is testing a downvote button for comments.
The Daily Beast first reported the move, which the company later confirmed is currently available on a limited number of public pages for around five percent of English language Android users. The button appears as a third response option, along with “like” and “reply,” on the comments accompanying a post.
The immediate question is: Did Facebook finally decide to test a dislike button? Users have long clamored for such a feature.
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