When we hear someone is going through a bad time, it's only natural to want to sympathise, but social media doesn't always make it easy.
Until now, the only way to interact with a post on Facebook – aside from commenting – was to 'like' it, which wasn't always appropriate for posts containing sad or even tragic news.
Facebook are finally giving us new ways to respond to posts, meaning now we'll be able to say 'Wow,' 'Love,' 'Haha, 'Yeah, or show we're 'Sad' or 'Angry,' all with the click of a button.
Irish users could be able to use the new feature as early as tomorrow, as we've been chosen along with Spain to test out the addition.
The new 'Facebook Reactions' will show up as emojis, with each one representing a different response.
Not to worry though, as the humble 'like' will still remain intact:
Last month Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg hinted that a 'dislike' button was in the pipeline, though it seems he's gone with a more varied option.
"People have asked about the 'dislike' button for many years," Mark said at a Q&A session at Facebook's California HQ.
"Probably hundreds of people have asked about this, and today is a special day because today is the day that I actually get to say we are working on it, and are very close to shipping a test of it."
Like. Or should we say Haha/Wow/Yeah…