Facebook Now Allows You to "Like" Comments
Facebook has launched a new feature, that should be live for most people by the end of today (June 16, 2010). You can now "Like" individual comments that have been posted throughout the site. This means that you can now "Like" that sarcastic reply a friend made to another friend. It's not earth-shattering news, but liking comments on Facebook has long been a fan request. So go ahead, try it out: click "Like!"
Facebook still hasn't given users a "dislike" button, which is rumored to be one of the most-requested features. Some groups clamoring for such a button have upwards of a million members.
So if you're on Facebook today, don't be surprised if you see a little "like" next to each comment on your news feed.
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