The final solution was to aggregate the top three reactions coupled with a total count. This way, you could understand how the majority of people reacted to a post, as well as understand the total feedback on a post.
Reactions: Not everything in life is Likable
Geoff Teehan
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Not sure about this point. What if there are 90% happy reactions and 10% sad reactions for a particular post. The post would appear to have equal happy and sad reactions as happy and sad are in the top 3 reactions. Wonder if there’s another way to convey the reactions to a post more accurately?

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