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Tinder hold ‘attractiveness score’ for each user
Dating app Tinder means without users having in mind a score on how users are desirable in their own words in order to better match them with other users. Tinder employees can look it up using an email address.
If a user who has a high rating assesses you as attractive yields more points than someone with a low rating does, as appears from an article in Fast Company about the topic. The score would then be similar to the Elo rating in chess.
The ranking would be necessary to better match users, say employees of Tinder in the story. Users will not get a chance to look at their Tinder rating. It will continue to be a single tool of Tinder that works in the background. Employees only have an email address needed to figure out which score an internal system. It is unknown what the scale of the rating.
It is the first time that information about the system of ranking of Tinder comes out. The Tinder app a user can judge another based on a photograph, and the program on the basis of that assessment can make a match. After a match can be searched via a chat window contact.Viewing:-194
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