Facebook has started testing the function of hiding the like counter under posts. At the moment, this opportunity has appeared only for users from Australia, reports TechCrunch.
Only the author of the post will see the exact number of “Like” marks under the post. Other users will be able to see exactly what reactions the post received – thumbs up, laughing or angry emoticons.
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During testing, Facebook plans to collect user reviews, the launch of the function in other countries will depend on them.
The goal of hiding the counter is so that users stop comparing themselves with others and worry about likes, but feel comfortable on the platform and focus on the quality of the content.
Recall that since April 2019, the company has been testing the function of hiding the number of likes under Instagram posts; users from seven countries have been included in the testing zone.
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