Then, you can choose which way to swipe a “match’s” photo—right for hot, left for not.
But here’s the added security bonus: only when Tinder detects that two users have approved each other’s photos, can those two users message one another; that means more privacy, and fewer scary messages from uninvited strangers.
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Instead of giving you tons of ‘meh’ options, they send users one, high-quality match a day.
If both parties rate each other as “hot,” then they are matched and can send each other messages.
“I was disappointed by how well it went,” Denton joked.
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After my Tinder profile was created, I edited my content by deleting some duplicate photos, beefed up my profile blurb and got down to work.
My sample population is admittedly skewed, since I live in the biggest college town in the world; more universities typically mean a rise in the Millennial population, who comprise nearly 80% of Tinder’s user population.