Facebook is rolling out a test to hide your likes


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Facebook is testing a plan to hide likes, the company announced on Thursday.

Likes, reactions and videos views from users will be made private, meaning no one but the account holder can see their “likes.”

Facebook hopes to track whether this change will improve people’s social media experiences.

The plans will be tested in Australia starting on Friday.


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