How do you use the do and don’t buttons in social networking sites?
Here are some tips.
The “do” button can be a bit tricky to use.
This is a photo of a cat sitting on a sofa.
If you click on it, it appears to have a “don’t” option.
The do not button will display a message.
Here’s another example of a “do not” option appearing in a message for an application: And here’s a photo showing a “no” option for a Facebook page: So, which does the “do”?
If you click it, a “yes” button appears and a “stop” button shows.
If you do nothing, a message appears.
If you don’t click on the “don” option, you’ll be redirected to the “notify me” page.
So if you click that, a notification will appear telling you you can stop a friend from commenting on your status: