Question: How does Tinder choose who shows you?

Tinder, unlike other apps, only requires users to input their age, distance, and gender preferences. Tinder adjusts potential matches a user sees every time someone acts on his or her profile, it says. The company reorders this users possible match profiles within 24 hours of actions being taken.

How does Tinder determine who appears?

Tinder wants to match as many couples as possible and designs its algorithm to put certain profiles in front of you. Users are then sorted into tiers based on their desirability score, and that was, in essence, the algorithm: you get presented with people approximately your level of attractiveness when you swipe.

How does Tinder decide who is a top pick?

Top Picks are chosen based on what you put in your profile. Tinder then uses this information to group users into categories like “foodie” or “creative.” This makes it more likely that youll match with people who are similar to you.

Does Tinder show you people who are as attractive as you?

Share All sharing options for: Tinder is secretly ranking how desirable you are. Tinder secretly scores the desirability of every user, and it seemingly uses that score to match up people of similar desirability, according to a report in Fast Company.

Unfortunately, the one and only way to gauge your own ELO score is to look at the quality of profiles in your swiping deck. Tinder will often sprinkle a few especially attractive people early in your deck, so swipe a handful of times to get those people out of the way.

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