Last updated on March 8th, 2016 at 11:50 am
Secret behind Facebook’s New Reactions Buttons.
World’s biggest social network website facebook has launched new set of reactions buttons that will give people more verity to express their emotions in a better way. But do you know what is hidden secret behind this ? Well, its all about exploring the user’s behavior and data collection for company financial benefits.
Facebook just rolled out new set of reaction buttons globally. To express people their emotions six new emojis (‘love’, ‘sad’, ‘haha’, ‘yay’, ‘wow’ and ‘angry’) were introduced recently to give people more freedom to express their feelings.
According to Facebook’s official post, social media company explained that it has been analyzing people to receive their feedback and bring the right set of reactions for them. To use these new emotions, all you have to do is just to bring mouse cursor on like button or hold it down and then it will pop-up all new emotions for you. Company aim to improve news feed for users by collect statistics about how people react as per their feelings using smiley.
While you are visiting your Facebook posts, you witness every time a series of news, advertisement and posts are showing which is a result of world’s most advanced algorithms build by Facebook. Facebook believes improving its algorithms more and more by studying human behavior is the key of survival.
From Facebook official blog post, â€Today, weâ€™re excited to offer it to everyone who uses Facebook around the world.Â We willÂ continue learning and listening to feedback to make sure we have a set ofÂ reactions that will be useful for everyone.Â We hope you enjoy the new
Newly launched emotions will allow the company to collect more comprehensive data. They can judge people feelings in better way, if the people are enjoying the posts, leaving them sad or happy.
The new reaction buttons will giving financial benefits to the company, as Facebook is earning its major income from advertisement.
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