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Finally!! Tinder is announcing their first-ever non-dating networking feature-- to be exclusively featured at Forbes' 30 under 30 Summit.
The millennial leaders get to exclusively connect, learn about each other through this new networking app, make polls, and even message each other.
Along with the new features that Tinder just released (including changing locations and a rewind feature) they are becoming more accessible in the millennial generation.
When this new feature will be released the general public (if ever) is unknown...But testing it with the top tech leaders is a good start in development.
I’d be interested to try this new app feature and how it creates a new culture in play. Before, when Tinder was exclusively for dating, it turned off a lot of people (myself included) only seeking friendships. It will be interesting to see if Tinder can actually pull-off their motto: “We want to overcome all the issues of meeting new people.”
I think this is a really good idea! I agree with @alywoah that I think it would be a great way to just meet friends and people who share the same interests as you.
Same here! I’m all for an app just to make friendships. I think if Tinder can pull this off, it would be really great. I’m also into trying the new changing location feature. It would be so cool to make friend from all over. (or just chat)
I hope it becomes a success. I legit signed up for Tinder to meet new people in a new city, but the app is made up with a lot of guys who are just looking for a hookup. That may be some people's tea, but I was looking for something more -- platonic? I am excited for the new Tinder!