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He said 71% of The Grade’s users believe peer review will help the app eliminate “creeps." Eighty-four percent of women, he added, said they feel safer on The Grade because of peer review.
And 78% of women said they were more likely to “like” someone if they have a positive peer review.
Hinge and Lively hope to be at the forefront of the eventual, seemingly inevitable, push to make video a regular part of the digital dating experience.
Lively, a video-based social app, recently announced the release of augmented live video chat, while Hinge debuted a feature to add video clips to profiles.
Anyone who’s been on an online date knows surprises come with the territory. A year-old dating app called The Grade is trying to eliminate surprises and keep people honest.
The people you meet don't always resemble their photos. The company, in the hopes of accomplishing this goal, recently introduced “peer review,” a feature encouraging people to rate their matches as “quality person” or not, and then add more detail from there.
So I don’t have that problem, but I rarely want to go on the second date.
It’s rare that I go on a date and not get a call for a second date.
Kudos to Sue for picking up “Why He Didn’t Call You Back”.
The Grade, using peer review and other factors, has kicked off 1,500 people for falling below its standards.
To get kicked off, one needs to get Fs across the board, but it’s possible to get booted after sending a message that is reported by its recipient as abusive or picked up by The Grade’s technology and after human review, is found egregious.
After the explosive success of Snapchat, competitor social networks scrambled to launch Stories features of their own.
Instagram’s copycat proved so popular that Instagram Stories usage surpassed Snapchat activity in April 2017.