If a user isn’t within your threshold, you can lock them out from viewing your profile.
One of the most important aspects in creating Dating DNA was making sure its users felt safe on the app and website.
If you want to be less selective, then you can answer the survey questions more generally, weigh the questions properly for your goal, and set a lower compatibility threshold.
Kevin and his team of volunteers have since expanded the app to include a website for users to better flesh out their profiles online.
He has also developed similar offerings in Friends DNA and Networking DNA for users to meet new people based on the role they’ll fill in the user’s life.
The Dating DNA Number was created to manage user interaction as a safety measure and to provide better matching.
A 9-digit number is assigned to you based on your responses to a survey of 300 topics, from what you’re looking for to your personal tastes.
You can even further fine-tune the results returned from your search to zero in on aspects like age or a finer location radius based on a map.
When you come across a match you wish to communicate with, you can add them to your “friends list,” which serves as a little black book of records.While Kevin saw a need to provide a free dating app for the i Phone, he also wanted it to be a better tool for people to meet other sincere singles looking for love.To ensure people using his app were genuinely interested in dating (and not just spammers or scammers), he included several guidelines as part of the user agreement — like making sure user photos are G-rated and include a clear headshot, answering a detailed questionnaire, and locking out users from viewing and interacting with others who aren’t compatible enough.After you complete your profile, you can begin to browse for new people.There are several ways to find your next mate, including sorting by compatibility score, last login date, the date they joined, and by location.Direct responses to the survey are only visible to you and to premium users.