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Words don’t matter to them if something feels about you.
Recently, we sent […] our single years shouldn’t feel like an era of failure but rather a time to embrace your independence, enjoy your freedom, and get to know who really are—which, coincidentally, will better prepare you for a lasting relationship.
We want you to consider more than that person's profile photo." Facebook dating has incorporated a few features to prohibit stalking and steer clear of quick hookups.
Users can't message photos, messages are supposed to be tied to a piece of content, and users can't follow people who don't respond to them, according to Tech Crunch.
Facebook's dating product manager Nathan Sharp told Tech Crunch, "We wanted to make a product that encouraged people to remember that there are people behind the profiles and the cards that they're seeing.
We wanted a system that emphasizes consideration over impulse.