At one point, the option for a "dislike" button on Facebook was oft-discussed. This was what feels like eons ago, before Facebook offered us "reactions" as a solution to the fact that we want to show our support of certain statuses with more emotions than simply a "like." And yes, back before Twitter switched from the "favorite" icon (a star) to a heart icon, meaning you liked, or perhaps even loved, what someone tweeted. But did you know that Twitter has subtly been offering its users a "dislike" button for months, without most of us noticing?
Mashable reports that the "dislike" option appears on some tweets, in the drop down menu that appears when you click on the upper-right-hand arrow of a tweet: