San Francisco: Facebook has expanded its dating app in Europe with a new feature called Virtual Dates. According to the company, more than 1.5 billion couples have been formed in 20 countries since starting Facebook dating last September. The Facebook dating app is a dedicated, opt-in space within the main app and allows people to create profiles using just a few taps.
This Secret Crush feature gives you the opportunity to explore potential relationships with people you already know on Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook dating app product manager Kate Orseth said in her statement on Wednesday, “The Facebook dating app will not suggest your Facebook friends as potential matches, but if you choose to use Secret Crush, you can use your Facebook You can choose 9 people from friends or Instagram followers that you are interested in. “
If your crush also adds you to its secret crush list, then this is a match. But if your crush is not on dating, you cannot create a secret crush list or you will not be able to put them on that list. Obviously, this will not let your crush know that you have entered their name in this list.
He continued, “Dating stories during this time allow you to share moments of your everyday life so that you can establish a meaningful relationship with someone you are interested in.”
Facebook has also said that it is rolling out a feature called Virtual Dates, where people can start video chats with their matches by tapping on the video icon in the chat.
If you create a Facebook dating profile and want to delete it later, you can delete your dating profile at any time without deleting your Facebook account.
Apart from this, you can also choose the option that your dating profile, dating messages and those you like or with whom you prefer dating do not all appear in your Facebook news feed.