Making a description for Tinder with interesting content may be the desire of many users of the dating app, which is available for Android and iPhone (iOS). The app lets you find new people to meet and pull from profiles with six photos and a description of up to 500 characters.
But I need to know how to stand out for more matches, and one of the ways to do that is by leveraging platform tools to the full, such as the Instagram and Spotify integration feature. Here are five tips for writing a nice and engaging Tinder bio. Remember that with the success of the song Jenifer, singer Gabriel Diniz, the application became more evident in the last week. In the lyrics, the artist says he met moa through the app.
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1. Include popular emojis and graias
In the bio, as the profile space reserved for user description is known, it is interesting to use some popular tools. It is advisable to include the most commonly used emoji that communicate positive feelings, such as a wink, a smile, a funny cry or an emoji with hearts in the eyes. According to a 2018 Tinder survey, these were the most popular faces on the platform last year.
Emojis in Tinder's bio Photo: Reproduction / Felipe Vinha
It is also interesting to invest in grain in the bio. Terms like Geek, Mozo, Fluffy or Angel usually work better, according to Tinder himself. There are also other terms that are not necessarily graceful, but that figured in the most commonly used word list, such as Athlete, Adventurer or Artist.
2. Integration with Instagram and Spotify
The integrations offered by Tinder with external applications can greatly enrich your profile information in the relationship app. Accounts that showcase your music tastes through Spotify or photos posted on Instagram may be more visually appealing and attract more flirtations on the platform.
In addition, these settings can increase affinity when discovering the songs heard by the user on Spotify, apart from being able to display more own photos by integrating with Instagram feed posts.
Integrations with other platforms in Tinder Photo: Reproduction / Felipe Vinha
3. Fill in all profile photos
It is important to keep your profile complete: not only the integrations and information in the bio, but also the photos that are displayed to future suitors. Tinder supports up to six photos per account, so it is advisable to choose your best clicks to fill in as much space as possible. Preferably select your own and recent photos.
Be sure to fill in the photos on Tinder Photo: Reproduction / Felipe Vinha
In addition, Tinder offers the "smart photos" feature, which automatically changes the order of displayed photos to record which makes people slide further to the right. Thus, the application concludes from this data which image most approved by other users of Tinder, and starts to display it first in the profile for other suitors.
4. Add chat suggestions in the bio
The main function of the Tinder bio is to display the user description. It is therefore interesting to include subject suggestions and hints of interest in the text to facilitate the start of the conversation with future matches.
Tip suggestions on Tinder help in the conversation Photo: Play / Felipe Vinha
5. Use singing apps to pull subject
If you still have questions about starting a conversation on Tinder, you can use other apps. There are applications that give phrase suggestions according to a theme, date, occasion, among various topics. A good example is Pull Subject Phrases, which works separately from Tinder, but can serve to make your bio more interesting, also with some ready-made phrases.
Song and Phrase Apps Help Tinder Chat Photo: Playback / Felipe Vinha
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