Where match (opens in a new tab) falls short

Where match (opens in a new tab) falls short

The way that your pool is narrowed down is, well, pretty much up to you. First, you can opt to be shown one person at a time and swipe left or right. As you swipe, match keeps track of your skips and picks up on patterns about what you like (or what you don’t like) about the people you came across. The matchmaking algorithm uses that information to provide more honed-in suggestions: Are you looking for someone who communicates like you or someone who balances you out?

If you’d like a bit more power over who shows up, hitting „discover“ lets you jump into the pool head-first with a Facebook-like search. Here, you can filter people by looks, hobbies, lifestyle, and more. It’s more freedom than eharmony supplies, though getting too filter happy could accidentally snub a gem.

The less-guided experience can get chaotic if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Pokračovat ve čtení „Where match (opens in a new tab) falls short“