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Only 2.4% of you who react to this story on Facebook will use one of the new emojis

That’s because despite the new reaction emojis that rolled out two months ago, a whopping 97.6% of people who react to a post on Facebook still use the “Like” button, notes Forbes, according to a new study of 130,000 Facebook posts by Quintly. Only 2.4% of responses use one of the five other new emoji … Continue reading “Only 2.4% of you who react to this story on Facebook will use one of the new emojis”

That’s because despite the new reaction emojis that rolled out two months ago, a whopping 97.6% of people who react to a post on Facebook still use the “Like” button, notes Forbes, according to a new study of 130,000 Facebook posts by Quintly. Only 2.4% of responses use one of the five other new emoji reactions. But among those, “Love” wins, the study finds. Of the five new ones, that reaction is used 51% of the time.

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Michael Grothaus is a novelist, journalist, and former screenwriter. His debut novel EPIPHANY JONES is out now from Orenda Books. You can read more about him at MichaelGrothaus.com

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