Facebook is adding a care reaction to the social network as a way for people to share their support with one another during the coronavirus pandemic.
An animation of a smiley face cuddling a heart will join the existing six reactions, which users can place on posts, comments, images and videos across the platform.
Currently, people can give a reaction depicting a thumbs up, a heart, laughter, shock, sadness and anger.
The seventh reaction will start rolling out next week globally.
Facebook has also given its Messenger app an extra reaction, in the form of a pulsating heart, which will start appearing from Friday.
The social network has previously added special reactions, such as a Pride rainbow and a purple flower reaction for Mother’s Day.