Tinder got the Blind Date feature back, and it’s for every Tinder user out there: yes it’s available to every country! And it seems one of the optimal ways of practicing online dating.
The logic behind it is simple and genius: you get to converse with a person before you get to see their (hopefully) well-crafted Tinder profile.
It’s similar to an encounter you might have with a person when meeting them in real life – you talk to them.
Just like its logic, the work to it is also simple and genius: You find the Tinder Blind date feature under the Explore > Fast-Chat, and to get better match compatibility you get to answer ice-breaker questions such as “I put ketchup on ______.”
Tinder’s Blind Date feature is finally back, and everyone who’s been against the idea of “Judging a book by its cover” can, now, date online.
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The idea is to feel the energy and to see if there’s any potential for the person you’re about to swipe right/left on. You get to see if there’s any room for connection, chemistry, and flow of conversation.
In other words, you get to know if the looks of a stunning person match their personality and your tastes before you get to be stunned by the person’s beauty.
Another good side of this feature is that it filters a good amount of catfishers.
A man pretending to be a woman and vice versa, a 16-year-old pretending to be 21, or a person in their 60s pretending to be in their 20s won’t be able to get away with it, not with this feature!
Get on Tinder, make sure you’ve got the app updated, check your Explore, find the Fast-Chat, and get started.
Tinder, thank you!
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