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Facebook said Tuesday it's expanding its dating service to 14 new countries: Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guyana, and Suriname.
Facebook plans to roll out its dating service in the US by the end of this year.
The social network is testing a new feature called "Meet New Friends" that surfaces recommendations for new friends based on where you live, work, what college you attended or groups you've joined.
Dating app Bumble also has a version for meeting friends, but Facebook has an advantage since it already knows some of your interests because of the groups you've joined and what's on your profile.
The app, which launches today, allows a single user to create a group of people who are allowed to swipe for them.
Facebook is currently testing the friend-finding feature in Vietnam and Colombia, but said it's rolling it out to other countries soon.
Users who opt into the friend feature by clicking on a link in their News Feed will be able to narrow down suggestions for friends by selecting certain interests.
Your friends will only learn that you have a crush on them if they also use Facebook Dating and add your name to their "Secret Crush" list.
Once that happens, you and your friend will get a notification that it's a match.
They’re all put together in a group chat within the app where they can discuss profiles, share GIFs, and talk more generally.