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  1. Bruce A J McLauchlan 17 Sep 2015

    I’ve said it before – it shouldn’t be a ‘dislike’ button, it should be an ’empathise’ button. That would make it far more positive in that way it might be used: you can empathise with a loss or bereavement; with someone having a bad day; etc. But you wouldn’t be able to use it for just being negative.

  2. Jack Briggs 17 Sep 2015

    It should be “More” or “Less” but changing from “Like” or “Dislike” as a response to multifaceted content is not that simple. The way I would explore it is having two different options for business and personal accounts.

    “More” or “Less” is effectively a survey result in realtime. Gold for brands. Harder when dealing with a personal update or mood hence the two-pronged approach.

    It will be interesting to see the outcome.

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