While some users spend half their lives harvesting “likes” and building a large following, the interests of others are somehow different. They visit the app on and off, review part of the events that have come to pass in their absence and leave.
That is why, a user should be able to mark those users who they are interested in and receive a notification, for example, by SMS or email, when those users appear on the site.
Sometimes, you are running out of time or just don’t feel up to meeting someone new online when a “like” or match that tickles your fancy comes your way.
Surprisingly, the one thing most dating apps do not actually do is provide the ability to make dates in any way other than the one the rest of the Web supports: write and, thus, start a conversation you don’t really feel like having at the moment. Certainly, you can revert to this matter in a while but what kind of impression will this make? Besides, with most people living busy lives these days planning is essential, for things like dating too. This means that implementing an interactive calendar with the ability to suggest several optional time and dates could help conveniently schedule the forthcoming conversation.