The feature was spotted by Motherboard’s Jacob Dubé, who said it was also available to some of his friends in Canada, but none of his colleagues.
It isn’t clear what the feature is actually called – or, indeed, if it was designed specifically with dating in mind – but Facebook has confirmed that it’s being tested on i OS and Android in Toronto and New Zealand.
Yoke is also more likely to set you up with people with whom you share more obscure interests, like a little-known band or a favorite bookstore, and with people who are friends with the people you're close to (i.e., with whom you share lots of friends).
Exploring matches is similar to using Ok Cupid's Quickmatch feature.
Thumbnails of potential matches appear on a rotating carousel at the top of the app.
Each profile displays up to five photos and the interests you have in common.
Instead, it's part of a series of prank sites, the first two of which aimed at Google and Amazon, intended to make people think more about data in the age of internet behemoths.If both of you respond positively, you’ll match and Facebook will encourage you to strike up a conversation on Messenger.If either of you selects the No Thanks option, it will go no further.Facebook has built a new feature that’s drawing comparisons with dating apps, such as Tinder and Bumble.The social network has started asking users if they’d like to meet up with certain friends.