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Thursday, November 07, 2013
Facebook Redesigns The Like And Share Buttons


Facebook is introducing a new design for both Like and Share buttons, three years after their debut at the popular social network.

The new buttons, which will be rolling out in the coming weeks, will replace the older ones. For those currently using the old Like button, they'll be automatically upgraded to the new design. Facebook has also also made it easy for users to include the Like and Share buttons side by side and the Share button by itself:



Facebook is also offering a configuration tool for Like and Share to display the buttons in multiple styles.

Facebook introduced the the Like button to the world in 2010. Together, the Like and Share buttons are viewed over 22 billion times daily across more than 7.5 million websites. Like and Share are important drivers of Facebook referral traffic, which is larger than all other social networks combined according to a recent Shareaholic report.




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