The company knows where you live, what you look like, what your interests are, everyone you socialise with and much more. So in many ways it makes sense that the social media giant would eventually move in the direction of offering a matchmaking service. The design looks more like a traditional dating website rather than a place to swipe through hundreds of potential romancers. The company looks to be going for a more mature vibe, designed to cater to those looking for a more serious relationship rather than a quick hook-up. When signing up, users are given a number of gender options including trans-woman, trans-man and non-binary.
The company knows where you live, what you look like, what your interests are, everyone you socialise with and much more. So in many ways. Facebook's stated mission has long been “to bring the world closer together.” It's kept far-flung friends in touch while reuniting lost ones. Rival dating apps have questioned Facebook's dating feature, given . have opted-in to dogfooding Facebook's new dating product," states a.