The service was first announced at the annual F8 conference in May this year, and will likely be available in other locations in the future.
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By utilizing the trove of data it already has about users, Facebook has the ability to become a powerful player in the online dating space.
Chelsea Reynoldsmike adriano black assistant professor at CSU Fullerton who studies online dating, told MarketWatch that people who match as a result of being in the same professional groups may not want to date within those circles.
As she pointed out to the Washington Post:
On November 8, Facebook announced that it's rolling out the service in two more countries:
After assessing the range of subjects those articles cover, it can be said that the best possible solutions to the majority of your dating issues are surely hiding in them.
Other apps like Bumble and Hinge have also recently stopped requiring people have Facebook accounts to sign up.
The first, called Second Look, allows users to re-review someone they previously said they weren't interested in.