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2018-09-25T11:13:48+03:00
Colombia is the first country to test Facebook dating

Colombia is the first country to test Facebook dating

Facebook has picked Colombia as its test lab since Colombians are especially devoted fans of searching for partners online.

Around 21 million people use Facebook every day in the nation as indicated by the company.

The new feature took off in Colombia this week which enables the social media giant users to make a different dating profile not noticeable to their current friends, with potential matches suggested in light of inclinations and common interests.

The "find your lover" feature is modified not to connect individuals who are as of now associated as family or friends, and users of the dating service will likewise have the capacity to block individuals in the event that they wish.


Nathan Sharp who is the Facebook Dating product manager said, “We view this as an incredible opportunity to continue helping people build relationships in meaningful ways on Facebook” .

The company CEO Mark Zuckerberg was determined that the emphasis would be on helping individuals discover accomplices, not flings.

“This is going to be for building real, long-term relationships, not just hookups,” Zuckerberg said while presenting the new feature.
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