Plentyoffish dating site reviews
You see what the person is looking for in terms of relationships, and if he or she completed the Needs or Chemistry tests, you get to see the results.
You also get to see what he or she has suggested as a first date, any gifts received and the mail restrictions he or she has set (for instance only above age 27, or within 10 miles).
If you took any of the personality tests or assessments, Plenty Of Fish will match you with other users who also took the same tests based on your answers. This feature shares similarities with e Harmony, Matchaffinity, OKCupid.
A tab called My Matches gives you a list of potential dates Plenty Of Fish thinks you will match with, based on what kind of people you liked on Meet Me.
If you are a paid user, you also get to see the extended profile.
Meet Me, which is basically a Tinder knockoff, displays (on the desktop / laptop version) the person's photos, age, tagline and location.
There is a tab called ' My City' which shows you the people in your area who also match your search criteria, and there is a tab called ‘Online’ which shows you which users are online at the moment in your greater area.
If you see someone you like, you can 1) send him or her a message, 2) send a virtual gift (you however need to be paid member to do this, or 3) add that person to your favourites.
However, the profiles presented are not screened according to your search criteria, so you will see a broad selection of users.
You also get to see a list of which users have already liked you (although only for paid members), as well as any mutual matches.