Facebook is now offering a new way for you to interact on the site.

FOX's Brett Larson reports in this "FOX on Tech":

If you've been scrolling through your Facebook feed and you're not enjoying what you're seeing, you may have an option to make that known...

Facebook is testing a new 'dislike' button but it won't show up in posts, instead, it will end up in the messenger app as an option to react to whatever your friends are saying.

A thumbs down isn't the only response you can send beyond typing out actual words, you can also send heart eyes, an lol, wow, sad or angry, similar to how you can react to a post in your Facebook feed.

In a statement to Tech Crunch, Facebook said they're always looking for ways to make messenger more fun and engaging. 

Right now, the reactions in messenger are just available to a small group of people so you may or may not see it appear in your app.

Last year, Facebook launched reactions that let you respond to a post with something other than a thumbs up. Facebook said 'love' is the most used, being the go-to response to more than half of the 300 billion reactions registered.

With FOX on Tech, I'm Brett Larson, FOX News.