The feature will launch in the next few weeks, and be available for everyone who is photo verified on the platform.The company had a bit of a setback with photo verification, mainly due to a response that exceeded their ability to verify every picture by hand.After all, you don’t want to jinx the relationship before it even has a chance to start.In the meanwhile, you might still get those email alerts when a new match has arrived.Bumble will soon release Bumble VID, which will allow users from across the dating platform to create a story with unlimited 10-second videos, which will each delete after 24 hours. Users record 10-second videos from directly within Bumble.These videos then post to their profile, and can be viewed by anyone who comes across their profile while swiping.Most of the time, you ignore them because you’ve been seeing this new romantic interest pretty regularly.Other times, you get hit with a case of FOMO, or fear of missing out, and you take a gander at all the men or women you could be dating instead.
It’s a dilemma that’s more common than you think when online dating turns into an offline relationship.
As you are aware, modern life presents dozens of new venues for finding romance, each with their own complicated set of roadblocks, pitfalls, and potential horrific disasters.
People love to wring their hands over these options, asking whether it is even possible to meet a person organically in a physical space in 2017 and subsequently care for them, or if Tinder and its ilk have inured us to each other’s feelings and faces, making the human species more flighty, distractible, and mean.
Yes, it’s possible,” citing the hashtag #We Met On Twitter, which has been used about 500 times.
That doesn’t seem like a lot, but the report also deploys some compelling anecdotal evidence and discusses the recent advent of the app Loveflutter, which is an awful lot like Tinder except 10 recent tweets are included in your profile.