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Like button/report button----- UNLIKE button?

OakleyFrankFMJ

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Is there any possible way we could get an UNLIKE button or something along those lines?

You know.....we always get to see when our members like a comment but what about those times when they disapprove of a comment?

Just curious.....throwing it out there.


Thoughts? Concerns? Anything? :D
 

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kronin323

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As tempting as that may sound, IMO it's asking for trouble.

The other month there were reports that Facebook was working on a dislike button. But it turns out that was taken out of context; they aren't working on a dislike button but "an alternative to the 'like' button that will provide users another way of expressing their emotions".

Instead, the new button is expected to let you show empathy. For example, somebody posts about a loved one passing, isn't giving that a "like" a little uncomfortable? But "empathy" would fit the bill.

In fact, Zuckerberg has gone on the record repeatedly against a dislike button, believing that it would create a negative community, which he doesn't want for Facebook. Perhaps that's a viewpoint worth considering, avoiding a similar situation here.

Besides, it's more fun anyway making passive-aggressive posts in the "grinds" or other threads...

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OakleyFrankFMJ

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As tempting as that may sound, IMO it's asking for trouble.

The other month there were reports that Facebook was working on a dislike button. But it turns out that was taken out of context; they aren't working on a dislike button but "an alternative to the 'like' button that will provide users another way of expressing their emotions".

Instead, the new button is expected to let you show empathy. For example, somebody posts about a loved one passing, isn't giving that a "like" a little uncomfortable? But "empathy" would fit the bill.

In fact, Zuckerberg has gone on the record repeatedly against a dislike button, believing that it would create a negative community, which he doesn't want for Facebook. Perhaps that's a viewpoint worth considering, avoiding a similar situation here.

Besides, it's more fun anyway making passive-aggressive posts in the "grinds" or other threads...

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Facebook SUCKS anyway. I wouldn't use it. ;)


I need to get back "off the grid" also. :angel:
 

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