This sure isn't the "dislike" button people were hoping for.
Facebook on Thursday announced the rollout of a new "Reactions" button, which lets users respond to posts with six emoji-inspired faces, as well as the traditional Like.
Just press and hold the Like symbol to activate Reactions, and the new options will appear alongside the familiar thumbs-up icon.
Marc Zuckerberg said in September that the company was working on a feature to satisfy people who'd been asking for new ways to interact with posts. Many assumed that new feature would be a "Dislike" button, but these new options allow for a greater range of responses.
So now, if your friend posts about taking her dog to the vet, you can insert a "sad" emoji in response. Or a "yay", if you're a terrible friend.
Facebook designed the six new options by studying which comments and reactions are most frequently and widely used across the site.