The move could eventually give Facebook a way to make money outside of ad dollars while increasing the amount of time people spend on the app..
Once that happens, you and your friend will get a notification that it's a match.
The company's executives made the announcement Tuesday during Taking on dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble, Facebook first announced it was working on a dating feature within the social network's main app at last year's F8.
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.
Facebook is currently testing the friend-finding feature in Vietnam and Colombia, but said it's rolling it out to other countries soon.
Approximately, 68% of US households own a pet, pet owners are often seen as more attractive, and 86% of people would break up with someone if he or she didn’t like their dog.