In February 2016, Facebook added emoji “Reactions” to the News Feed. After more than a year of building an alternative to the trademark “Like” button. And recently, Facebook has confirmed that using emoji “Reactions” actually influences the way your News Feed appears. In fact, Facebook weighs the emoji “Reactions” more than “Likes” to determine which content should appear towards the top of your News Feed.
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