When Hinge says someone liked you, it can be very hard to figure out what to do next. Should you like them back? Text them? Here we will guide through it.
How To Use Hinge
What do you do when someone likes you on Hinge?
- When someone likes you on Hinge, it’s a clear sign that they’re interested in you, and it’s up to you to take the next step.
- You can respond to them by opening their message, deleting them (if you have second thoughts), or clicking “match” so that they can start talking about who they are and what they’re looking for.
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Matching on Hinge
You’ll receive a notification on Hinge when you match with someone. If you receive the notification, swipe right to “like” them and start messaging. If you didn’t receive the match notification, check your notifications to ensure that they weren’t sent to your spam folder.
Hinge connects you to friends of friends, and it uses an algorithm to filter out the people that you probably won’t like. The Hinge app is based on photos, education, and interests. No creepy stalkers allowed!
When someone likes you
Like them back and get matched. Through the power of friendly social pressure, Hinge does the work for you. You’re guaranteed to meet one person who actually likes you—in your city.
The best way to use Hinge app
The best way to use Hinge is to create an account, add your profile, and start swiping through the profiles of other members. You can also look at their photos and bios to find the person who connects with you best and then send them a message.
Everyone, you see on Hinge
Everyone you see on Hinge can also see you. This helps us ensure our users are serious about pursuing relationships, but also lets users search for those who want to get serious.
The first thing to say on Hinge
Your opener is your first opportunity to make an impression, so you should aim to be both conversational and personal. Ask the other person about their life, work, interests, and goals. Don’t just write something generic like “Hey. What’s up?” A good opener will help your partner feel more comfortable talking to you right off the bat and make them more likely to respond.
Getting no matches on Hinge
The main reason I would suggest you get no matches on Hinge is that there are no people to match. In other words, your criteria are too narrow for anyone to match. It appears that the majority of your closest matches are in certain states, so if you open up your location criteria a bit more, you may find someone compatible.
Rose meaning on Hinge
The rose is more like a “like” on Hinge. It’s more meaningful (the equivalent of seeing each other’s top-rated pics) and indicates that you have a real interest in your match.
Fake profiles on Hinge
There are fake profiles on Hinge. As with any dating app, it’s important to be mindful of the people you choose to connect with.
If somebody has liked you, their name will show up on your notifications tab.
Reason for Hinge growth
Hinge is growing fast because we are improving the lives of our users by helping them have more meaningful relationships.
Tap “We met” on Hinge
We have a brand new feature that lets you give us feedback on your dates, so we can help you find better matches, faster. Click ‘We Met’ and leave your comments about what worked and what didn’t.
Using real name on Hinge
You can use your real name on Hinge, but we highly encourage you not to share it with people you don’t know. If you’re worried about someone revealing your identity, don’t give away any identifying information on dates or other social platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
Words not allowed on Hinge
Words not allowed on Hinge include: Profanity, Sexual content, Violence, Discrimination and harassment, Threats and intimidation.