Productivity killer: 5 reasons Facebook needs a ‘dislike’ button

So you see a not-so-fun Facebook status update and what do you do? Fast Company has this list of reasons why the social network giant should create a “dislike” button in addition to the “like” button so that users can, I guess, better complain about their lives via a button?

Reasons on the list include that it will “streamline commiseration” and make Facebook aggression more passive – it’s like a virtual eye-roll instead of a stream of nasty comments. Plus, at least 1.3 million Facebook users want it.

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