Facebook is expanding its like button yet again and users can now respond to comments with like, love, haha, wow, sad and angry. Facebook reaction was first rolled out in February 2016 as an extension of the social network’s like button and was added to its Messenger application earlier this year as well. Facebook comment reaction now made its way to the social network.
Facebook Extends "Reaction Button" Feature to Comments
If you see Facebook’s ubiquitous Like button, chances are you can give it an emoji-filled treatment. That should save you some time of typing out “haha” if someone wrote a funny comment or expressing your “love” because you’re too shy to burst out it in words.

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“We’ve heard from people that they’d like more ways to show their Reaction in conversations on Facebook, so we’re rolling out the ability to react to comments,” said by a Facebook spokesperson in an emailed statement.

Starting from now on, you can “haha” or “sad” not just posts and messages, but also comments. To add a reaction on Facebook comments, just hover over the Like button and see your default options of six – yes, it works the same as reacting to a News Feed post.
Facebook Extends "Reaction Button" Feature to Comments
Facebook has been rolling out this new feature on both desktop and mobile version for quite some time now and others have already the FB comment reaction feature but if you don’t see it yet, be patient. With today’s update, Facebook now lets you react to almost anything.

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