Tinder introduced a new function called “relationship goals” that will allow users to show the type of relationship that is sought when making matches with another person.
Options can be long term, long term but open to casual, casual but open to long term, for casual fun, friendships, or “I don’t know yet”.
According to the statement published in the Blog official of the application, this new feature has already begun to be implemented in some countries and will be available to all users in the first days of January of the year 2023.
“Recent function tests in some markets show that more than fifty % of users have added this information to their profiles”, affirms the statement, which also indicates that the main motivation of people when making public what they are looking for in a match is the transparency of the other.
“The 72% of users say they are looking for someone who knows what they want,” said Kyle Miller, vice president of product at Tinderwho also believes that this function will give people “greater control over the interactions that they have in the platform and will allow them to do matches with a greater intention.
How to Post Relationship Goals on Tinder
To make public the intentions of a person within a possible relationship or match with another user, who have an active account in Tinder should follow these steps:
– Open the app and go to the page profile user staff.
– Look for the Profile settings option and choose between the six already mentioned: long-term relationship, long-term but open to short, short-term but open to long, fun in the short term, new friends or yet to be decided.
– The members of the app they will be able to see the connections what they could do with other people who selected the same option.
– On a weekly basis, members who access this feature will receive notifications that they will ask if that option is still the same or if they want to publish another one.
The year 2022 on Tinder
The dating app, like others platforms who summed up the year 2022, said that for the past year people are coming to terms with a new relationship status called “statusship”.
This way of relating involves more than a casual friendship, but not a formal relationship. According to data from Tinder experienced a 49% increase in the use of this term. On the other hand, users who present themselves with a good sense of humor are more likely to have more relationships in Tinder.
Characteristics such as loyalty (79%), respect (78%) and open mind (61%) are also within the set of attributes that women people searched this year in the platform dating. In addition, the application data indicates that 58% of users consider that they can clearly identify the warning signs or “red flags” during a appointment.