In 2018 Facebook launched Dating a function within the app “for dating and relationships” and is that one of the most common uses of social networks is to enable meetings. Now, the dating service will also take advantage of the content that users share on Facebook Stories and Instagram, integrating all three applications through Stories.
The goal is to offer another perspective on the lives of users looking for love online. The application will ask you from now on if you want to share your stories on Facebook and Instagram, so that the user continues to have control over the content they publish. The good thing is that blocked contacts will not have access to the information.
Taking into account that the stories show the activities, hobbies and other aspects of the personality of the users, Mark Zuckerberg’s platform seeks with this new functionality to give a “more human” impression of those who seek to relate.
The fundamental advantage of this new feature of Facebook Dating is that it is not necessary to create exclusive content. Facebook is still in competition with rival applications like Tinder or Bumble.
The Facebook service is available in Latin America in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Suriname, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. And also in the United States and five countries in Asia. It is estimated that Europe will arrive at the beginning of 2020.