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Not to mention why would my friends want to swipe for me if I'm too lazy to swipe myself?
I think this is an intriguing idea, I remember a little while back when Hinge launched a similar matchmaking feature but since it was an opt-out not an opt-in feature for existing users..ended up being a precarious privacy concern.
ie You could see that an old contact was using the app, and perhaps learn of someone's sexual orientation who wasn't otherwise out.
So I like that you've avoided that pitfall by, well, ship-ping with consent as a core value prop from the outset.
I'm excited to see how it plays out as your user numbers grow, I'm a habitual matchmaker irl, so I'm curious to see if it works!
Now, Bumble empowers users to connect with confidence whether dating, networking, or meeting friends online.As a professional matchmaker, I absolutely love the concept of this.I’ve been following Betches for a while and it’s such a bold move for their audience.The idea to reengage those non-single people is compelling from a business POV but I wonder how many people will be comfortable with their partner swiping through dating profiles.Curious what feedback you've had so far, @[email protected] The feedback has been mostly positive.