Zuckerberg, as well as Chris Cox, Facebook’s chief product officer, stressed that the feature is designed to spark meaningful connections—not help you find your next hookup.
But the reality is even Facebook doesn’t know yet how it will be widely used, if at all.
It's easy to dismiss Dating as Facebook copying Tinder, just like it ripped Instagram Stories from Snapchat.
But that analysis misses an important reality: Dating apps like Tinder have long relied on Facebook's data to operate their service in the first place.
Until recently, you couldn't even sign up for a Bumble account if you didn't already have a Facebook account.