Online the dating Tinder App Allows Users to identify Their Sexual Orientation and prioritize people with the same orientations. Users can choose up to three terms from the nine initial options like straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, demisexual, pansexual, queer, and questioning and they can then decide whether they want that orientation to show up on their profile.
In the official release, Tinder explained that the new feature allows you to edit or add more information about your sexual orientation. To make the change, tap on Orientation in the edit profile section. You will be able to select up to three terms out of nine available options that best describe your orientation. From there, users can also select whether to display their sexual orientation on their profile. You will also be able to choose to potential matches as per your orientation preference.
Current Tinder App Allows Users will have to edit their profile to add an orientation while new users will be prompted to do so during onboarding. Everyone can edit their discovery preferences to choose to see people of the same orientation first. Tinder Sexual Orientation feature is rolling out to iOS and Android in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, India, Australia, and New Zealand this month.
Users have always been able to specify whether they wanted to see men, women, or both, and the app added the ability to identify gender, but up until now, people haven’t been able to specify their sexual orientation. Tinder still doesn’t let users define their pronoun, but it’s nice to see the app taking orientation into account and giving people the option to match based on it.