In line with its goal of adopting mobile dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, Facebook has extended its dating function test to two new countries – Canada and Thailand.
The service test "Facebook Dating" was . Introduced in September for the first time in Colombia . The feature included user integration into groups and events on the social networking platform with the idea of encouraging people to a public meeting.
Facebook has new features for testing in Canada and Thailand. Among them is a feature called "Second Look" that allows users to rethink a prior decision. So you can stop the matching when they are out of date The Verge reported on Thursday.
The feature is available in the main Facebook application itself.
The Social Networking Giant Believes This This extension of the test feature would trigger more logins and increase the user base to "Facebook Dating" with enough people opting for the app and starting to match, the report added.
The company started testing app internally in August and urged its employees to use fake data for their dating profiles and to erase all data prior to public launch.
The test feature is available to users over the age of 18 for free advertising or premium features.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg originally announced the app on the company's F8 keynote, which became known in May 2018 as the F8 Developer Conference in San Jose, California.