Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has users up in arms with his announcement that Twitter will soon be getting rid of the “like” button. According to The Telegraph, he is “not a fan of the heart-shaped button.” The reason why has people puzzled.

Dorsey stated earlier this month that he believed that the like button did not contribute to good conversations on the platform:

We have a big like button with a heart on it and we’re incentivizing people to want it to go up. Is that the right thing? Versus contributing to the public conversation or a healthy conversation? How do we incentivize healthy conversation?

The heart-shaped button has been around since 2015, replacing the previous star-shaped favorite button. There is no proposed replacement for the button, but rather, users would only be left with the option of using the bookmarking feature that Twitter introduced earlier this year.

Most Twitter users don’t seem to think that the change will have a positive effect, with many calling for Twitter to be more vigilant in policing extremists on the site instead of coming up with unhelpful solutions for conflict:

While it is difficult to draw the line between free speech and offensive content, eliminating the like button doesn’t seem like an effective way to keep conversations civil on Twitter. Perhaps the backlash that Twitter is facing will cause them to reconsider.