Facebook dating status
The page looks and functions exactly like the First Met website, with the addition of a section that shows any friends you have in common with your potential matches.
You can also choose to browse “One-by-One” or by “Friends-of-Friends.” Once again, the Facebook app’s interface is clean and the user experience is simple and streamlined. The efficient matching system, minimalist profiles, and straightforward design are ideally suited to use on a smartphone.
No matter what your likes are, you can choose to make a statement and make them public or you can go off the Like grid and keep all your likes to yourself, so that you don't come home to a surprise family intervention because your aunt told your mom about the 15 liquor brand likes you just added.
Users who sign into their accounts using the free i Phone or Android apps are immediately presented with First Met’s browsing system.
A large photo fills most of the screen, with the “Yes” or “Skip” buttons below it.
It is a good idea to periodically check your privacy options about once a month or so to see if Facebook has changed anything.
There's always a chance that you may have been "opted in" to something that you would rather be opted out of.
Registering for the First Met website is a quick process, as you would expect from something so closely tied to the rapid worlds of social media and mobile apps.