Why do i get dating email
Do you completely miss out on these match opportunities?
While most users interact with brands like Tinder, Hinge, and Coffee Meets Bagel through their mobile apps, the user experience these dating apps provide would not be complete without their unique triggered email programs, respectively.In addition to the new design, Hinge also recommends users to one another based on their algorithm and user data.Just in the same way Hinge’s design requires users to spend more time looking at each profile, Hinge also spends time “hand-selecting” recommendations for a more curated experience.When it comes to a new match, a promising recommendation, or a potentially great first date, scouting singles deserve encouraging and timely notifications.We may be biased, but the key to finding love may just be checking your email! Almost instantaneously, users are able to look at a curated potential match, and even if the recommendation isn’t spot-on Hinge has brought users back on to their app where they can continue scouting for potential matches that are more to their liking.
Coffee Meets Bagel creates a curated experience by offering a finite amount of potential matches (which they call Bagels) for users to consider once a day.
Maybe it was her totally original shot in front of an angel wings mural or the impressive fish he’s holding in every photo, but something caught your attention.
But, what happens when you’re too busy to check Tinder or have your push notifications turned off?
Accordingly, when one of these recommendations is created Hinge sends an app-generated email notification: Hinge’s transactional emails not only highlight their unique recommendation feature but also cleverly invite users to engage with the app even though they don’t necessarily have a new match.
Similar to the button in Tinder’s transactional Match emails, the light green “View” CTA button in Hinge’s email when viewed on a mobile device leads directly to the user’s profile the app has recommended.
However, in 2017 they relaunched with a new UI that completely disrupted Tinder’s (and nearly every other dating app’s) “Swipe Right – Swipe Left” paradigm.