Bumble is expanding like wildfire throughout Spain and it is allowing anyone to meet their next partner or simply a friend with whom to share great moments. There are a lot of tricks or recommendations to find that desired person, but when he meets herthis important point is forgotten, which does not even take seconds.
And it is of great importance, since the vast majority of these apps, such as Tinder, Bumble or the new Hinge, rate users according to their attitude, ‘matches’ made or other types of data with which a score is received. TO This score is called ‘ELO’ and it serves so that these apps, always depending on their algorithms, show other people with a similar score. The more likes received, the more points are received and some actions can also lead to a drastic reduction.
A week ago Vanity Fair shared a new guideline applied by Bumble so that any profile can even be banned from your social network if it is ‘ghosted’. This practice has been suffered by almost all the people who have been in these apps. Suddenly you start a conversation with someone, and a few days later they disappear without giving any sign of life; either because you have met someone you like more, or because you have left the app for a while.
This is where this simple action comes into play, which must be done whenever abandoned temporarily or forever (it would be desired because you have found someone with whom to share life and good times). All apps, such as Bumble, Tinder, Hinge and many others, offer the option to pause the profile for a time. That is, it will no longer be shown to other people.
In Bumble you have to go to the settings icon from the profile, and you have to click on ‘Do not disturb’. This option will temporarily hide the profile without losing existing chats or matches. Gives the option to pause it for 24 hours, 72 hours, a week and indefinitely. If you have finally found a partner and you do not intend to meet anyone else, click on this option.
On Hinge the process is quite similar to go to the settings and below the section is ‘Pause’. Press it and the profile will no longer be shown to new people. Of course, you can continue chatting with the connections you have. On Tinder it is similar, and you have to go to settings and then click on ‘delete account’. Clicking on this option will allow you to choose ‘pause my account’.
It is an important action to maintain the profile in these apps so that when one returns Don’t find that you can no longer log in to your account or have a lower ELO score; especially on Bumble, which is becoming very demanding with these types of rules. The best thing of all would be to never return to these apps, since it would have been because you are comfortable in the new relationship that can last years or a lifetime.
It may interest you
Follow the topics that interest you