Tinder has launched a new feature called Tinder Matchmaker, allowing friends and family members to assist in reviewing profiles and recommending interesting individuals to connect with on the platform.
Here’s how it works: Tinder users can send invitations to up to 15 friends, regardless of whether they have a Tinder account or not, to help oversee and evaluate potential matches within a 24-hour time frame. However, friends will not be able to directly message the list of potential matches. Afterward, Tinder users can review the recommendations from their friends and make a decision on who they would like to match with again.
According to Tinder, studies have shown that 75% of singles often seek advice from close friends when it comes to dating someone they are interested in. The Matchmaker feature aims to fill this gap, allowing users to gain insights and opinions from their friends that they may have overlooked.
The Tinder Matchmaker feature is now available in 15 countries, including Thailand, with plans to expand globally in the future.
TLDR: Tinder has introduced Tinder Matchmaker, a feature that allows users to invite friends to review and suggest potential matches. Friends can provide feedback, but cannot directly message the suggested matches. The feature is now available in 15 countries, including Thailand, with plans for global expansion.