A screenshot from Wong's tweet showed Facebook stressing to employees that the app in testing was only to be used for the development of software, not romance. This means that things like features, launch date, and more is still anyone's guess.
Employees in the American headquarters in Mountain View, California who have opted in for the company's internal testing programme were sent links to sign up last week. Two months after announcing the product, Facebook has now finally begun testing its dating project internally with employees. "I can't go past the signup screen".
"Dogfooding this product is completely voluntary and has no impact on your employment", the screenshot further read, adding that the product is confidential.
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At its annual developer conference - F8 - that took place early May, Facebook announced it was working on a dating service. However, it was quietly dropped after Facebook admitted that a majority of people weren't using it.
Facebook is trying to get into the dating game - and we've just had our first proper glimpse at how it might look. The app changed the user experience with customisable sections for politics, technology, food, and other subjects. "This is going to be for building real, long-term relationships and not just for hookups", Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had said during his keynote.
Facebook dating feature will allow you to create a dating profile that is separate from your Facebook profile. Once you enable the Dating feature, it will not show up in your News Feed for everyone to see, you'll simply start seeing others using it.