Facebook Dating launched in 20 countries

Mark Zuckerberg announced today that Facebook Dating, which was first introduced on F8, has been launched in 20 countries, mainly in the United States. Zuckerberg said they worked with privacy and security experts throughout the product development process, adding that they focused on users having a say in the experience.

Facebook’s new Dating feature, which has now been launched in 20 countries, is expected to open up to new countries in the future. Countries on the air include Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Lahos, Malaysia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, philippines, Singapore, Suriname, Thailand, Uruguay and Vietnam. The feature is scheduled to open to European countries in early 2020.

While users can include Facebook and Instagram stories on their Facebook Dating profiles, they can love their facebook friends who are already interested in secret Crush, which we’ve already passed on to you. Highlights from Facebook Dating include discovering users interested in the same groups and events and adding Instagram posts to the profile.

In the meantime, users over the age of 18 can create a Facebook Dating profile separately from their Facebook profile with one click. It is also worth noting that the candidates who will be offered to you will be determined by your interests and other actions you take on Facebook.

As with Tinder, there is no question of shifting candidates to the right or left. If you’re interested in someone, you can leave a comment directly on their profile or press the like button. Finally, let’s say that Facebook Dating allows you to match friends with friends or people who aren’t in your circle.

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