Facebook is used by 2.2 billion people, and it seems likely that some segment of the user base would welcome a chance to date on the platform.
If they respond, a new chat thread will open in a separate part of the Dating feature.
At first glance, Facebook Dating closely resembles competitor Hinge.
Both depart from the swiping model popularized by Tinder in favor of asking users to answer question prompts and start conversations based on something in a person’s profile.
You can express interest in up to 100 profiles per day, but you can send an unlimited number of messages to people you’ve already matched with.
You can expand your dating pool by using Facebook Groups and Events.