Vogue’s culture writer, Patricia Garcia, has the scoop on Facebook’s latest announcement that the social network is responding to feedback from users that have been asking for options. Vogue covers the latest news in fashion and culture.
Will Facebook’s Dislike Button Make Us Unhappy?
By Patricia Garcia | Vogue | 9/16/15
At a town hall meeting at Facebook’s Menlo Park, California, headquarters on Tuesday, cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social network was finally working on a “dislike” button, responding to feedback from users who had been asking for the option for years. “People aren’t looking for an ability to down vote other people’s posts,” the CEO explained. “What they really want is to be able to express empathy.”
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