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I felt Luxe Matchmaking actually took the time to listen to what I was looking for and did a great job in incorporating my wish list.I liked the thorough questioning, which helped me to understand better what I am actually looking for.Facebook hasn't specified when the new dating-service features will launch but says they're coming soon.This article was originally published by Business Insider.Zuckerberg emphasised that Facebook's intent was to help users find long-term relationships and "not just hookups."It's unclear how developers could control that aspect of the features, but the CEO acknowledged potential security concerns, saying: "I want to be clear that we have designed this with privacy and safety in mind from the beginning."Facebook's chief product officer, Chris Cox, said on stage that the idea stemmed from couples who had told Zuckerberg that meeting their partner was the most important thing that had happened to them on Facebook.
The goal, he said, was to make a product that would let more couples do the same "in a way that was opt-in, in a way that was safe, and in a way that took advantage of the unique properties of the platform and didn't get in the way of everyone who wasn't interested in dating."Here's what we know so far about Facebook's new dating-service features.
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The features will be available in the Facebook app, via an icon in the upper right of the screen that will take users to a portal called "Dating Home."We may already know more about what the app might look like - patents previously filed by Facebook have shown designs for a dating site, as Gizmodo's Kashmir Hill noticed.
We can't be sure that the layout or functionality stayed the same from patent filing to product development, but the filings are indicative of Facebook's thinking when approaching a new service like dating.
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