Facebook is working on new dating app like tinder, TrulyMadly and starts internal testing with employee. Two months after announcing the product, Facebook has now finally testing it dating project.
According to the Verge on Friday , an independent app researcher Jan Manchun Wong found evidence of the dating feature and posted it on Twitter.
“This product is for US Facebook Employee who have opted in to dogfooding Facebook’s new dating product.” The main purpose for this dogfooding is to test the end-to-end product experience for bugs and confusing User interface (UI).
Statement of the report, Facebook has asked employees to use fake data for their dating profiles and plan to delete all the fake data before the public launch.
Dogfooding this product is completely voluntary and has no impact on your employment, adding that the product is confidential.
Social media giant has confirmed that the dating product app is in testing within the main Facebook app but declined to comment further.
Facebook announced that the dating product – which will not be a standalone dating app, during its F8 developer conference in the US in May.
Feature of Facebook Dating App
Dating app on Facebook will be separate from user profiles on the platform. Users who use the dating service will be allowed to contact each other only if there is a match between two users.
Image seem to let you keep your normal Facebook profile and your dating Facebook profile separate. Some Facebook’s staff in the US are putting the app through its paces , though its mainly to spot bugs and problems rather than set up any office romances, Facebook Said.
We have designed this with privacy and safety in mind from the beginning. Your friends are not gong to see you profile, and you are only going to suggest people who are not your friend, Facebook said.
Facebook product Chief Chris Cox showed a design of the dating project to the audience.