You may have noticed a small rainbow like reaction used on Facebook in place of the regular ‘like’ emoji. For curious folks, this new type of the ‘like’ button is actually known as Facebook Pride reaction.
The social media mogul added this rainbow reaction to its standard reactions in support of LGBTQ pride month. However, the pride reaction emoji is not enabled everywhere. According to Facebook, it’s only available as a default option for folks in ‘leading markets with Pride celebrations’. That means if you live in a rural area, the Facebook Pride reaction is not enabled for you.
Well, there’s still a way you can gain access to this new Facebook reaction. Read on to know how to get rainbow flag like button.
How to Get Facebook Pride Reaction
- Log in to your Facebook account on mobile or on the web
- Navigate to the LGBTQ@Facebook page
- Like the page by hitting the Like button
- You may need to sign out and sign back in again before the Facebook Pride reaction appears
The social media giant said that it is testing the Pride reaction as a ‘new experience’, so it’s not for everyone. Apart from this, Facebook also introduced other Pride features. Here’re the other Facebook Pride reaction features.
1. Profile Picture
Facebook launched a few Pride profile picture filters. If you navigate to the LGBTQ page, you’ll see a tool that lets you select any of the available filters to apply to your photo for an hour, week, day, or unlimited amount of time. To do so, visit facebook.com/celebratepride and tap/click on the Edit button on your profile picture.
2. Facebook Camera
In fb camera, you’ll also see Pride-themed frames and masks. All you need to do is simply swipe to the left of the news feed, tap on the magic wand to bring up camera effects, and finally browse through the effects to select the one for you.
3. Facebook Messenger and Instagram
Along with the new Facebook Pride reaction, you can add color to your conversations in Messenger. To do so, you can use the Pride-themed effects, stickers, and frames found in the Messenger camera. Facebook is even allowing Instagram users to celebrate Pride with colorful stickers and a rainbow brush.
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