Facebook Tests ‘Dating Service’ To Make Long-Term Relationship Not Just Hookups
Tech firm Facebook has finally tested its dating feature and it’s far different from Tinder.
If they roll this out this year, the ‘single’ population may decrease by the end of 2018.
Recently, the firm has tested the new feature on its employees.
One non-employee has successfully created a profile but couldn’t get past the sign-in screen.
“Facebook is internally testing Facebook Dating. I can’t go past the signup screen because they are not activating all non-employee Dating profiles because, well, it’s pre-launch,” Twitter user @wongmjane posted.
She also revealed that it doesn’t matter if one has no pick-up line to break the ice because there is a button called ‘Conversation Starter’ which is still currently being worked on.
A ‘Community’ button is also placed in the dating service so users can view their mutual communities.
“This might be Facebook’s take on ‘Groups’ on Tinder Social,” she said.
If one does not want to use the service anymore (or he or she finally finds someone to spend the rest of their lives) they can easily delete their Facebook Dating profile at any time.