The Morning After: Everyone has been ruined by Tinder’s “rizz-first” redesign.

The Morning After: Everyone has been ruined by Tinder’s “rizz-first” redesign.

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Mat Smith

The profile prompts and fundamental information tags that other dating apps, like Hinge or Bumble, have are among the many new, fairly basic features that Tinder is introducing. Users of Tinder can now share their responses to statements like” The first item on my bucket list is …” or” Two truths and a lie,” for instance, thanks to profile prompts, which have been an ongoing feature on both platforms.

In its most recent Future of Dating report, the dating app cites Gen Z’s comments as inspiration for the updates, saying:” At Tinder, we understand that connecting today is about authenticity, depth, and the desire for connections that go beyond the surface.”

These new prompts, zodiac sign information, and… new animations are what the company refers to as a “rizz- first redesign.” That rizz, is it first? I’m not certain.

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