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Tinder indicates that users are no longer on their desires



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The more changes are rejected, the more rejected.

Tinder announced in a March 15 blog post that the user was no longer reporting potential matches, based on how often people were left or right in their respective accounts. Well, with many words to explain very little, the company says it just makes it a little foggy and undefined – but you'd better believe that people who run from their terrible profile to the hills still influence what potential Matches are shown to you.

"Our current system adjusts the potential matches you see each time, and each time your profile is" Like "or" Noped, "the blog post explains," and any changes will be in the order of your potential matches displayed within about 24 hours. "

In other words, the profiles you see now change depending on how others interact with your profile." Confused? "Well, it seems Tinder likes it, because what this means exactly is unclear.

We contacted Tinder for clarification, but did not receive an answer at the time of printing, but one thing is for sure: the black box of the Tinder algorithm became even more opaque.

This amorphous possible explanation, why your dating app life is a failure differs somewhat from the previous explanation of why it was a failure, according to Tinder, the algorithm has already attempted to show potential matches that at least in part, in a kind of desirable manner

"[This] Part of our algorithm compared Likes and Nopes and was used to show potential matches that are suitable for you based on a Similarities in the way others work with profiles, "the company wrote. "Based on the profile reviews you received, there was a 'rating' – in the sense that it was presented in our systems with a numerical value, so it could take into account the other facets of our algorithm."

The Elo rating, as it was called, does not work anymore. When did Tinder stop that? The company does not say! What exactly was it replaced with? Tinder is not clear!

It seems that the people at Tinder have decided to partially explain their old secret sauce that fits the profile so as not to talk about the new one. Fun, right?

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