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I use the ‘like’ option on Twitter a lot (despite the icon being a heart, which I would take to actually mean I ‘love’ the tweet).

But I don’t use it to mean I like the tweet. Well, not always.

I use the like button to mean the following, and sometimes a few of them at the same time:

You know what, I do ‘like’ this tweetApproval or agreement on the sentiment of the tweet or the tweeterI’m saving/bookmarking this to remember so I can come back to itA tweet, an article, a sentiment I want to read or research more of laterShowing appreciation to the author, who I may not follow or may not follow me

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