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Facebook is channeling its earliest days as a hot-or-not website for college students with a new feature called Secret Crush.
To be announced today at the social network’s annual F8 developer conference, Secret Crush will allow Facebook Dating users to select up to nine friends they want to express interest in. If someone adds you to their Secret Crush list, Facebook will send you a notification saying “A friend added you as a secret crush.” If you then pick the same person for list, Facebook will match you together and reveal your names.
Secret Crush will start rolling out to each locale Tuesday.
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“All activity that occurs in FB Dating stays in FB Dating and will not be shared externally,” a Facebook spokesperson said in an email.
Facebook will also announce today that Dating is immediately coming to several new locations in South America and Asia, including the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Guyana, Uruguay, and Suriname.
Think of it like matching on Tinder or Bumble, except you get to hand-pick the specific friends you want to date ahead of time, instead of hoping their profiles show up in the queue. If the feelings are only one-sided, the unrequited lover’s identity remains secret.
The object of their affection is then left to wonder who may have a crush on them, with no way to find out.
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