How to Use Discover
Discover shows you the profile information of one potential match at a time. Discover offers a look at each person’s individuality right from the start, so you can connect with others in a more meaningful way. It shows photos and highlights each member’s personality and profile, helping you better convey your individuality -- whether a love for politics, craft beer, dogs, the outdoors, or art.
How to use Discover
On the app:
- Jump to a member's full profile from Discover by tapping anywhere on the page.
- Like a profile on the app by dragging the profile card to the right.
- Pass them on the app by dragging the profile card to the left.
On the web:
- Click "view profile" to visit their profile.
- Like a profile on the web by clicking the heart icon.
- Pass them on the web by clicking the x icon
When you are using Discover, if you and another member both Like each other or slide each other's photos into the 'heart' pile, then we'll let both of you know for free.
I don’t want to receive Discover emails
Go to the Notification Settings page. Find the options that read “New Likes” and “Mutual Likes”. To receive these emails, check the box; to opt out of them, uncheck it. Click “Save” to save your setting.
My Discover Matches Aren’t What I’m Looking For!
Discover goes by the "Looking For" preferences section of your profile and your listed location, and your overall match percentage with the member. Note that the preferences you set are just preferences, so we will show you people who have the highest combination of preferences that you're looking for. Some people may not be a 100% match.
My Discover Matches Are Too Far Away!
Discover on the app is based on a profile's listed location. If you're seeing people from too far away, please check your profile's "I'm looking for" section -- if you've said that you're looking for people located anywhere, Discover will show you people from anywhere. You can adjust this by changing the "I'm looking for" setting to "Near me."
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