Promote dating on facebook
Some services, such as Plenty of Fish, offer features such as the POF Relationship Chemistry Predictor, which measures five broad dimensions of personality.
Users can then access these results when searching profiles – .
One of the biggest reveals of Facebook’s F8 developer conference so far has been that it is planning on getting into the dating game.
The announcement was made during Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote address on day one.
Here, the real power of Facebook Dating comes into play – you are shown people based on mutual interests, such as pages, groups and likes.
You can also browse events and groups in the feature.
Other online dating services, such Perfect Match and e Harmony, have a different approach to matchmaking.
It would appear that despite the claims of these online dating services – based on surveys and limited in-house testing – there is a significant lack of independent scientific research.
Regardless of what these sites promote, there is very little scientific evidence that using self-report collected data for matchmaking can lead to long-term compatibility. Independent scientific research has already shown Facebook digital footprints – such as status updates and likes – are powerful predictors of private traits and attributes.
If any pique your interest, you can select to unlock, and see others who unlocked the same event or group.
Although we don’t yet know how mutual interest will be indicated, once this happens Facebook Dating will offer you the opportunity to start a conversation, which will take place separately from Whats App and Messenger (both currently owned by Facebook). One attractive component of Facebook Dating will no doubt be the ability of the feature to filter and match users based on mutual interests.
Here’s what we know so far about the feature, which Facebook will begin testing later this year. Facebook users can create a dating profile with just their first name.