Facebook is reportedly testing a design feature that makes the comments section look like Messenger, BuzzFeed found.

With the new design, comments are posted in a gray bubble, with the Like and Reply buttons under. The looks more fun than the standard, current Facebook comments section.

Facebook said the messaging bubbles are part of a small test.

“We’re testing multiple design updates in News Feed, including a more conversational way to comment on posts,” a Facebook spokesperson told BuzzFeed.

Updates like these are usually tested on some users. If the trials are positive, Facebook could roll out the design to all users in the future.

Facebook was also recently testing a dislike button in messages. The move comes after Apple revamped iMessage, which allows users to react to messages.

Last week, the social media platform rolled out Facebook Stories, resembling Snapchat’s story feature. The story update for Facebook launched in a limited beta for users in Ireland in January. The company recently launched the feature in countries including Chile, Vietnam and Greece, and may release Stories worldwide in the future.

Facebook also added City Guides to its iOS and Android apps.