After years of hearing about a dislike button, we are finally seeing it. But it's not where you'd expect it to be.

The social media giant is testing the dislike button, which is a thumbs down symbol, on its Messenger app. The new button is being tested with select users to see how people respond. TechCrunch says, When you hover over a message, you can tap the emoji button to pick from attaching a little thumbs-up Like, thumbs-down Dislike, or a heart-eyes, lol, wow, sad, or angry emoji.

Facebook confirmed the new feature and says they are always looking to make Messenger more fun and engaging. Instead of a 'dislike' button though, Facebook sees it as a way to respond “no.” So when your friends ask silly questions you can quickly vote yes (thumbs up) or no (thumbs down).

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