Dating and friends users
The only people who show-up in the stream are ones who match a user's search criteria (age range, distance, education, etc.).The stream is very basic at the moment, but the idea has potential.Currently, the team behind Friendlylook is seeking funds on Indiegogo, the crowd-funding platform, in order to build more features.Trevor Chidester, founder of Friendlylook, says the difference between his site and traditional dating websites is that rather than go through as many dates as possible, on Friendylook people are able to identify potential matches who are more suitable for them. and The Datable have similar ideas — except with these sites you actually connect with Facebook to see friends of your friends. You create a private account on The Datable and then sign into Facebook through the site.And just like a real-life cocktail party, if you find a potential match you can ask your friends' opinions of the prospect.Members also have a "singles stream," that is kind of like a Facebook News Feed.
You can also have a bunch of friends join to meet new people and scour others' connections to find a potential love match for you or themselves.
Tag your single friends who you consider "datable" — as a sign of approval for other people to date, and then they tag their "datable" friends.
The free service aims to create a network of singles.
Some 22% of online daters have asked someone to help them create or review their profile.
Women are especially likely to enlist a friend in helping them craft the perfect profile—30% of female online daters have done this, compared with 16% of men.
Potential dates don't see your entire profile, just some select information from which they can select "yes," "no," or "skip." If you click "yes" the potential match is notified and then you can see each other's profiles.