Facebook Dating may let you keep secrets from friends and family

Facebook Dating may let you keep secrets from friends and family

Facebook Dating may let you keep secrets from friends and family

We have heard in the past rumors that Facebook could be looking to develop their own dating app/feature.

Jane Manchun Wong - an app researcher who's spotted Facebook features in the past, like Talent Show - posted photos from what she claims is an internal test of Facebook Dating.

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However the company also has informed the employees that they can not use the app for dating co-workers and that Facebook's company guidelines still apply while using the app.

Workers were asked to log into the new app and share "dummy" information to help spot glitches and refine its design before it is launched, a process Facebook refers to as "dogfooding".

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'The goal for this dogfooding is to test the end-to-end product experience for bugs and confusing user interface, ' the terms and conditions state. The company has confirmed that the feature is being tested internally and is confidential. However, we've just learned that Facebook's Tinder-like feature will be implemented directly within its social apps.

'This is not meant for dating your coworkers'. "Your friends aren't going to see your profile, and you're only going to be suggested to people who are not your friends", he added.

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He promised a service that would focus on building long-term relationships and 'it's not just about hookups'. Other options in the images seem to let you keep your normal Facebook profile and your dating Facebook profile separate. It will show you potential matches recommendations based on dating preferences, things in common, and mutual friends. It will have a feature called "unlocking" that will make your profile visible to other attendees of events or members of groups.

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