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“One of the great ironies for me is that when a lot of us joined the very first version of the service in 2004, back when it was just a handful of college students, we were convinced that dating would be the next feature Facebook was going to add,” Cox said onstage at Facebook’s conference last week.“We were right, just 14 years too early.” But what was so surprising about the announcement was the timing.Facebook is coming off of the most significant personal privacy scandal in company history.It spent a lot of F8 trying to convince people that, yes, Facebook can be trusted again.Who needs to hang out in the local coffee shop to find a date?

The idea, of course, is that you’ll immediately have something in common.You can start a private conversation if you find someone of interest.Facebook says the conversations will be text only as a "safety measure," and dating chats will remain separate from Facebook messaging and Whats App.From your profile, click on the heart icon to enter what Facebook is calling your "dating home." From there, set up a dating profile, which your Facebook friends won't be able to see. Unlock the physical world event you'd like to attend.Your profile is then shared with other people going to that event, and you will be able to see who's attending and browse their profiles.

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