Facebook Going to Remove the like Button from Public Pages


Facebook authorities are removing the like button from public pages. The social media giant has started this process in January of this year.


Facebook mentioned the "Like" button has been removed from public pages used by incorporated artists, public figures, and brands in the new design.


The Facebook public page will only show followers and will have a news feed where users can join the conversation, interact with peers and connect with fans, the company said in a blog post.


Facebook said about the new design, “We're removing likes and focusing on followers so people can stay connected to their favorite pages. A new Q&A format is being added. "


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