TikTok started developing a dislike button earlier this year, but has now introduced it globally. The capability lets users identify inappropriate or irrelevant content on the platform.
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YouTube has made the controversial decision to remove dislike counts from videos, and I think that it's a terrible decision because it doesn't solve the root problem and instead misleads viewers.
YouTube hides the potentially numerous dislike counts a video has received to the public. Creators, however, will be able to see just how many people disliked their videos. Thumbs up?
Twitter is toying with a new tweet interaction that lets you upvote or downvote replies to tweets if you find them irrelevant. The new capability is available only to some iOS users for now.
Facebook today rolled out expanded Like button 'reactions', a set of emoji that allows the user to choose from six different emotions. The new feature is rolling out on iOS, Android, and facebook.com.
It's not the long-rumored 'Dislike' button we've been waiting for but Facebook is hoping 'Reactions' go a step further with users being able to 'Like' posts with a variety of playful responses.