Facebook groups dating
A Facebook spokeswoman told Market Watch the new feature will allow users to set up a dating profile separate from their normal Facebook account, and activity on dating profiles won’t be shared on the News Feed.
Facebook’s F8 developer conference kicked off today, and the company just finished its opening keynote.
Of course, Facebook doesn't exactly have the best reputation when it comes to user privacy.
And at its F8 developer conference, Facebook introduced new features to address that latter reason for spending more time inside the world’s largest social network and to possibly help secret admirers members pair up.
We also got more news about the Oculus Quest and Rift S virtual reality headsets — and about a new dating feature that could spark some Facebook recently said that it would start downplaying the News Feed, and after the F8 keynote, we know more about what that means.
In an update that Zuckerberg calls “FB5,” Facebook will highlight groups and events, creating a prominent groups tab and a personalized feed from the groups you’ve joined — rather than a generalized update feed from your friends.
The first is a fresh feature added to Facebook Dating called Secret Crush, in which you might spark romance with someone who is already in your extended social circle.
Here's how: You select up to nine of your Facebook friends with whom you would like to be, well, more than just friends.
If your crush isn't on Facebook Dating, doesn't create a Secret Crush list, or doesn't put you on their list, no one will know that you've entered their name. Incidentally, you'll need a Facebook profile and account to meet someone through Facebook Dating.