Tips on Using Bumble While Waiting for Your Match to Make the First Move

Tips on Using Bumble While Waiting for Your Match to Make the First Move

Bumble is dedicated to building a community where our members feel safe to make meaningful connections and build fulfilling relationships, whether you’re in the position to make the first move or not.

Of course, we know the feelings of anticipation that come with waiting for someone to send you the first message when you’re excited by their profile. That’s why we’re sharing our best tips to help you stand out on Bumble, and encourage your matches to go ahead and make that first move. Read on!

Give them a SuperSwipe

If you can’t make the first move, but want to get a potential match’s attention, there’s a way to let them know you’re confidently interested in them: SuperSwipe. When they come across your profile in their queue, they’ll see a yellow badge that says “SuperSwiped You!” across the bottom of your photo. yhden Kolumbian naiset asuvat Yhdysvalloissa This is a paid Bumble feature that’s included with Bumble Boost and Bumble Premium, or it can be purchased independently by tapping on the option on the main menu screen under your profile photo. When you SuperSwipe on someone’s profile, they’ll see that you’re especially interested in getting to know them.

Use the Extend feature

When you’re really interested in someone, waiting for them to make the first move can give you butterflies-especially knowing you only have 24 hours before the match expires. Enter: Bumble’s Extend feature. Using it at any point before a match expires is practical because it adds an extra 24 hours to the clock. It also lets the other person know you’re eager to get the conversation going, since they’ll receive a notification that you used your daily Extend on them. When a match uses Extend on you, their profile photo will show up with a green ring rather than a yellow one and will reflect the updated amount of time you have to start a conversation. Think of it as a (far sexier!) “circle back” email.

Verify your profile

No one wants to risk getting catfished, and getting your profile Verified helps to reassure potential matches that your photos are of you. Leer más