(Wyoming) - Sometimes, the "like" button on Facebook doesn't accurately portray the emotion you feel, but you don't have enough to say to write a comment... Today, Facebook has unleashed the tools to better convey your emotion. When you hover over the traditional "like" button on Facebook, you get a gallery of options including a thumbs up for "like," a heart for "love," a laughing face for "funny," a shocked face for "wow," a crying face for "sad," and a red face for "anger." What do you think about the new Facebook "reactions?" Tell us (or show us!) on the Dally Facebook page.
*Feature Photos: Facebook's new "reactions." Pitchengine Communities*