Facebook's 'love', 'haha', 'wow' expressions could be translated in Pirate

The California-based company recently introduced the new expressions to study what most of the users want to see.

Facebook's 'love', 'haha', 'wow' expressions could be translated in Pirate

New Delhi: Facebook introduced five new expressions of 'love', 'haha', 'wow', 'sad', and 'angry' which users can click while responding to a post, a couple of days back.

Now, the social networking giant has introduced a new system translating the reactions to make them comprehensible to all its billions of users, including those who speak English (pirate), the Verge reported.

The California-based company recently introduced the new expressions to study what most of the users want to see.

"If someone uses a reaction, we will infer they want to see more of that type of post. In the beginning, it won't matter if someone likes, "wows" or "sads" a post. Over time we hope to learn how the different reactions should be weighted differently by News Feed to do a better job of showing everyone the stories they most want to see," Facebook said. 

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