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Facebook doesn’t plan to make this a separate app, according to a company spokesperson.Facebook will make some recommendations based on interests and other data, like your location, but you’ll also be able to find possible matches by “unlocking” groups or events on Facebook, which will allow you to connect with other singles who have unlocked those same groups or events.It’s unclear, but a spokesperson said Facebook hopes to begin testing the feature in the coming months.Those tests will determine when it will roll out more broadly. Facebook doesn’t plan to run ads alongside these profiles, either, and won’t use data associated with a user’s dating profile or behavior to target them with ads on other Facebook properties, according to a spokesperson.Our Time is also a sister site of Match, all fakes and scammers.Paid 80 bucks for the 6 month bundle and still was limited on what I'm allowed to view. One important irritant is that the Modern App doesn't capture whatever message you may have been typing before it times out. That doesn't happen with the browser-based version.Cant choose what profile pic you want to use and also notice that I "liked" girls on there that I didn't like, or wasn't "into" at all. Save your money and stick to real life dating instead. Thinking about deleting my account even though I already paid for the next 6 months :( I paid a lot but they want more and more and more money.
The dating feature is likely to be a free service, challenging services such as Match-owned Tinder, which has been rolling out premium, paid features, according to Jefferies analyst Brent Thill.Either person can send the first message, but they’ll only be allowed to send that one unless the recipient replies. The feature is being built by the company’s profile team, which is run by Will Cathcart, a long-tenured product VP who joined the company from Google in 2008.Facebook is limiting the messages to text-only, meaning no videos or photos or links. Cathcart oversees all Facebook profiles, not just dating, and I imagine we’ll find out who is handling dating specifically once the company actually rolls this feature out.Facebook for months has been dealing with the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica data leak and questions of user privacy — a firestorm set off by reports that an app developer mishandled sensitive user information.But Zuckerberg said during his address that the company will "keep building, even while we focus on keeping people safe." The new dating feature links to events and groups on the larger platform, allowing users with dating profiles to connect via shared interests or commonly attended events.