(New competitor, Match Group, was particularly quick to point out the tone deaf argument.) But as Zuckerberg said: Facebook is going to keep building. “This is about building real longterm relationships,” Zuckerberg said last week. ” Here’s what you need to know about the new feature.Facebook profile, but potential dates will see your special dating profile instead of your standard one.It actually makes a lot of sense, and Chief Product Officer Chris Cox even joked that he thought Facebook would have launched dating more than a decade ago.
Timing Is Everything No matter how great you are, chances are good that she doesn’t want you hitting her up while she’s in the middle of some weighted squats.
On the other hand, you can feel free to try and meet women who are on a treadmill next to you at any time.
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The taboo surrounding online dating has dissipated as online dating sites have popped up all over the Internet.
It spent a lot of F8 trying to convince people that, yes, Facebook can be trusted again.
Observers were quick to point out that launching a new feature like dating, which comes with all kinds of privacy expectations and implications, is either bold or tone deaf, depending on who you ask.
“We were right, just 14 years too early.” But what was so surprising about the announcement was the timing.