Facebook announced earlier this week that they plan to update their "Like" button for the first time since introducing the feature in 2009.
Soon, users will be able to select from a wide range of emotions from laughter to sadness to better express how they feel toward another person's post.
Not among the new selections is the long-rumored "dislike" button.
Facebook plans to begin testing the new feature in Ireland and Spain in the coming days, and hopes to roll out the feature worldwide "soon," Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox told the Associated Press.
The range of emotions has already been used by a number of websites, including BuzzFeed and Path.
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