Times have been tough these past two months and emotions are running high and complicated. Seems like Facebook recognized that and decided the selection of reaction emojis people can put on their friends' posts weren't sufficient to cover the spectrum of what we're feeling these days. That's why they recently added two new reaction emojis, but not all users are seeing them just yet. If you want to find out how to get those new Facebook reactions , keep reading. In addition to the normal thumbs up, heart, angry face, surprised face, and laughing emojis, you can react to friends' and families posts with a smiley face hugging a heart, and in the Facebook Messenger app, a pulsating heart reaction has been added.
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This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and verified that they work. This article has been viewed 2,, times. Learn more This wikiHow teaches you how to create a heart on Facebook in different ways. You can send a heart with a "Love" reaction to a post or comment, type the available heart emojis in your texts, and select a heart-themed background for any new post. Open Facebook.
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The heart symbol is one of the most popular characters on the World Wide Web and is used every day almost a million times. No wonder — it is considered simple expression of love, friendship and solidarity. With this symbol for love you can express a multitude of emotions with just one character. The power of the heart symbol is pretty amazing if you think about it. Apart from the above listed symbols still exist a number of other characters that you can use free of charge as needed.
There's now a lot more to like about Facebook's " like " button. You can now express how you really feel about a post on your news feed without having to comment. The new options: The new options will take a few days to show up for everyone, but many began automatically seeing them on both the web and mobile versions of Facebook on Wed. To access the new options on the Web version, hold your mouse over the "like" button for a second or two. On the mobile version, hold your finger on the "like" button for a second or two.