Facebook (FB) wants to help get you ... into a long-term relationship.
You will browse events in your city and groups that mach your interest. Since Facebook had a lot of new features to discuss, Zuckerberg didn't clarify his comments or release too much additional information during his presentation. The dating service will be included in Facebook's official app and users will be able to unlock some groups and events to see their ideal matches.
Facebook is also going to launch a dating feature like as Tinder.
That means you'll at least have some amount of privacy on your dating profile, but it begs the question of why users wouldn't just continue using apps like Tinder, which already use Facebook data to fill out your profile.
The feature will be optional for Facebook users and will have a degree of privacy protection that is standard across most dating apps.
The development could trigger fresh privacy concerns for the social networking giant, which had already been rocked by the Cambridge Analytica data sharing scandal.
Unlike services such as Match.com or eHarmony, Facebook's dating profile might be free of charge.
It's going to be within the main Facebook app, but it will be completely optional and opt-in only. This profile will be hidden from view of your Facebook friends, and will also not show up in the News Feed.
The feature will be available within the app but users will have to create a dating profile separate from their Facebook profile. Some financial analysts noted that a new rival might not be enough to unseat dating "strongholds" like Tinder or other Match services.
Although Messenger is getting the most radical changes, WhatsApp was also given some new features during the event. He told a story of being stopped on the street by married couples who had met through Facebook, and said that he wanted to make a more deliberate effort to bring couples together.