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Here's How to Get Facebook New 'Dislike Button' to Your Profile

Here's How to Get Facebook New 'Dislike Button' to Your Profile

September 22, 2015Swati Khandelwal
You may call this a misleading headline. Right? Yes, it's True. And I apologize for this. But… ...before someone else tricks you to visit any malicious link with intent to hijack your Computer or to Hack Facebook Profile , I just tricked you to visit this ' WARNING ' article about Facebook Scam of the Dislike button. Facebook Scam: Get Facebook Dislike Button Facebook users are being targeted in a new scam that takes advantage of the recent widely publicized announcement by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that a ' Facebook Dislike Button ' is in development. Zuckerberg said that there're obvious moments in life or bad fortunes where people do not want to "like" posts and wants to express their empathy. He also confirmed that the social network giant was working on such technology but didn’t say that it’s actually a " Dislike. " The much-vaunted " Dislike " or "empathy" feature has not rolled out ju
Facebook to Add a 'Dislike' Button, Mark Zuckerberg Confirms

Facebook to Add a 'Dislike' Button, Mark Zuckerberg Confirms

September 16, 2015Swati Khandelwal
When a pet dies, or your friend's family member passed away, clicking the 'Like ' button to express your sympathy doesn't feel comfortable. Here a user feels a need of something to express their sadness, disagreement, anger, or something other than 'Like': Facebook should have an empathetic " Dislike " button - or something similar. Is Facebook really thinking about adding a dislike button? The short answer is " YES ." Soon your wish is about to come true. During a question and answer ( Q&A ) session on Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the Facebook ' dislike ' button is on the way. "People have asked about the 'dislike' button for many years," Zuckerberg told the audience at Facebook's Menlo Park office. " Today is a special day because today is the day I can say we are working on it and shipping it." Zuck — 'Not every moment is a good moment' Di
WhatsApp Could Offer 'Like' and 'Mark as Unread' Features Soon

WhatsApp Could Offer 'Like' and 'Mark as Unread' Features Soon

July 11, 2015Swati Khandelwal
The popular instant messaging app WhatsApp might adopt some features from its parent company, Facebook. The messaging giant is testing some new features that might be coming to the app soon. The features include a 'Like' button similar to that of Facebook and a 'Mark as Unread' feature for chat messages, AndroidPit reports . 'Like' Button for Images Ilhan Pektas, WhatsApp beta tester, recently claimed that a future WhatsApp update will introduce a 'Like' button for images, indicating the company might allow users to Like their friend’s profile picture and images shared in groups as well. There aren't many details about the new features yet, but if implemented, Like button feature is something that could improve group chats. 'Mark as Unread' Feature to Chats Besides implementing Like button, WhatsApp is also planning to introduce a 'Mark as Unread' feature to chat messages that will offer recipients abil
Facebook To Use Your Web Browsing History for Targeted Ads, Here's How To Opt-Out Now

Facebook To Use Your Web Browsing History for Targeted Ads, Here's How To Opt-Out Now

June 14, 2014Mohit Kumar
Surfing the Internet?? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is watching your every move on Web, and this time even more closure. It’s not surprising that Facebook collects data of its 1.3 billion users, just like everyone else, which the company has said it only holds onto your data for security and advertisement purposes. But, this would be first time when some company is using people's browsing history to deliver ‘targeted Ads’ on its service. The biggest social networking giant recently announced it has plans to use information from our Web browsing and app history to deliver more targeted advertisements to us. HOW IT WORKS The move will track you with every site you visit, even its a non-Facebook website. EVERY SITE?? No! No! No! The company can’t track your online activity while visiting any website, but only those that have Facebook “ LIKE ”, “ Recommend ”, “ Share ” buttons across the web, and I think almost all have at least one included in it. Yes! Any web
SCAMMYY! Mark Zuckerberg Can Deactivate Your Facebook Account Anytime

SCAMMYY! Mark Zuckerberg Can Deactivate Your Facebook Account Anytime

May 06, 2014Swati Khandelwal
If you see any wall post or inbox message -- saying, “ Warning!!! Facebook Security Warning!!! Do this before your account gets deactivated! ," and urges you to follow some steps to reactivate your Facebook account, then just ignore it; It's a Facebook Scam! Facebook has become one of the most popular website with more than one billion active users this year. Hundreds of people join the social networking website to reconnect with their old friends and get a chance to make new friends. But, with the increase in various scams on Facebook to target users, it became very clear that not only does the social networking platform provide special opportunities for people to connect and share information; it also serves as a great and useful platform for scammers. Once again scammers have targeted Facebook users by spreading new kind of scam that threatens users with account deactivation if they don't register it again. " Attention : to all facebook users Your
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