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Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe told Mashable it's to create an "even keel." She explains to male users: A lot of my friends' one complaint about Bumble is that it still gives the men control.
They know the woman has chosen to message them within 24 hours of the match, and then they get an ego boost off that since they can decide whether or not to reply.
There's nothing worse than all those matches left without any conversations, or conversations consisting only of "Hey." Let's create a dialogue, people. The increase in male responses lead to a nine percent increase in women sending the first message.
I guess it gave them confidence to actually message more people if they feel like those messages are less likely to just be out there and ignored.
(For LGBT matches, either person has to make a move within 24 hours or the match disappears).
Basically, women still sometimes feel like they're left hanging.
Now, that's always going to happen to some degree — disappearing and ghosting are just a part of online dating— but including a time limit for men too should shake them up a bit and encourage them to reply.
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Bumble, the dating app where women make the first move, just introduced a big chance for their male users.