Facebook is y to help you find the date.
Last Thursday, the social network started Facebook Dating, a matchmaking service announced in May in the first market. From Thursday, Columbia's Facebook users can create a date profile. When I think that the company gathered enough profiles, they begin to match people. Facebook does not specify the exact number of first-choosing profiles or matching schedule, but says it will be several days or weeks instead of months.
It does not indicate when services are released to other markets.
The dating feature is part of Facebook's main application and is a free service. On Facebook's main menu, you can find features next to other services such as groups, events, market place. Once appearing on the scene, you can add images, add personal information such as places and places you went to school, or respond to an icebreaker such as "How do you look on your day?" You can create it. Perfect? Is separated from your regular Facebook profile.
Unlike competitors from Tinder and Bumble, there are no slippage left and right to like or refuse potential matches. Instead, you need to scroll through the person's profile and press the one you are interested in. Only people who are not friends of Facebook friends and friends are displayed. You are aware of your friends and are assuming you want to use the largest Facebook network. (This also helps avoid clumsiness like running in a family of services.)
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