Facebook dating service
It’s not at all that Facebook couldn’t launch a dating feature.
It actually makes a lot of sense, and Chief Product Officer Chris Cox even joked that he thought Facebook would have launched dating more than a decade ago.
The first, called Second Look, allows users to re-review someone they previously said they weren't interested in.
(Paid Tinder users are similarly able to undo their last left swipe.) The second feature allows users to pause their Facebook Dating profile if, say, they want to take a break from the service, or are in an exclusive relationship and no longer looking to meet other people.
They be able to send potential mates links, photos, or payments.
For that, they’ll need to switch to a different messenger or go the old-fashioned route and swap digits.
(New competitor, Match Group, was particularly quick to point out the tone deaf argument.) But as Zuckerberg said: Facebook is going to keep building. “This is about building real longterm relationships,” Zuckerberg said last week. ” Here’s what you need to know about the new feature.
Facebook profile, but potential dates will see your special dating profile instead of your standard one.
Facebook doesn’t plan to make this a separate app, according to a company spokesperson.
The rest of this story outlines Facebook Dating's existing features as they were launched in Colombia.
Facebook begins publicly testing its online-dating product, called Dating, in Colombia today.