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The service prohibits users from sending any photos or links in messages — you’re limited to text and emoji.(Farewell, dick pics.)If you’ve ever been on a dating app before, you know it can be especially annoying when you travel.
But in the five countries where it launched already — and the 14 more that are joining the service today — there’s a new way to see which friends might be romantically interested in you.“We’ve seen from almost the beginning that people have been using Facebook for dating, just in roundabout ways,” Nathan Sharp, a product manager for Facebook Dating told Refinery29.“Over 200 million people currently list themselves as single on Facebook and we think that a good percentage of those would be interested in dating.”We’ll soon find out. or elsewhere.) Ahead of the Facebook Dating's debut, here’s everything we know about it so far.Unlike Tinder, it doesn’t ask you to swipe on potential matches.Instead, you answer question prompts and initiate conversations based on a photo or written answer in a person’s profile.
After dealing with a major breach of user privacy in the first few months of 2018, Facebook made an unexpected announcement in May: The platform would delve into one of the most personal parts of someone’s life — dating.