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Facebook's Like button finally reflects how I really feel

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Cornelius Jones
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Most of the time, after I read an article or see some other type of amusing content online, I just want to Like it.

Not share it on my News Feed, not blast it to my Twitter followers, but simply give it a thumbs up.

The network tweaked the design of its social plugin Like button, removing the lower case "f" and replacing it with a thumbs up.

It's a tiny change, and will probably go unnoticed by many, but its aim is to make it easier to understand what the Like button is all about.

Facebook isn't stopping there, though: it's making all its social plugin buttons more mobile friendly, and a cleaner, flatter, more refined look better reflects the social network's style, it says.

You'll start to see Like, Share and Comment buttons on Instant Articles, too.

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