Tinder has added various new features to the app keeping Millenials and Gen-Z in mind. One of them is the ‘Relationship Goal’ feature. It lets users set a signal on their Tinder profile about the type of relationship they are looking for or expecting.
Whether you are on the platform for making friends, looking for flings, getting into a serious relationship, etc., mention it to give out the exact intention of your relationship goal. Others would connect with you if their goal matches yours.
2022 revealed to Tinder that the present generation of users is looking for open-mindedness, loyalty, respect, and a bit of casualty in a match.
In a statement, the Vice President of Core Product at Tinder, Kyle Miller said, “Young singles, who make up a majority of Tinder, are increasingly becoming more intentional with who they spend their time with. In fact, 72% of Tinder members said they’re looking for someone who knows what they want. Relationship Goals give members more control over their interactions and allow them to match with more intention, without missing out on a connection they wouldn’t have made anywhere else.”
There are seven pre-defined relationship goals on Tinder that users can choose from. The options are- Long-Term, open to short; Long-term partner; Short-term, open to long; New friends; Short-term fun; or Still figuring it out.
The ‘Relationship Goal’ feature would be available in a few countries for now but by January 5th, 2023 it would be rolled out to all Tinder users across the world.
If you want to use this new feature, check for updates and accordingly update the app. Hopefully, before Dating Sunday, every interested user would get what they are looking for in a relationship.