Bumble gets upgraded, introduces new feature called “Opening Moves” for women

Sanjana Dhar
Sanjana Dhar May 15, 2024
Updated 2024/05/15 at 7:05 PM

Bumble has upgraded itself by introducing a new feature for women. It is called Opening Moves and this will let women initiate a conversation with someone they might be interested in by choosing from several prompts.

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Bumble was launched in 2014 and it is a women -centric dating app. The dating app is not only getting a redesigned and revamped app interface but is also getting a new feature, ‘Opening Moves’ , that will make it easier for women to initiate conversations with their matches. The ‘Opening Moves’ feature allows women to quickly send a text from a few prompts that are already available and pre – written. This will make it a lot easier for them to engage and initiate a conversation with someone they might be interested in.

The company also stated that Opening Move is a feature that is also meant for heterosexual and non -binary couples. The feature will allow any one person to respond to the question. Pre-written prompts are available such as “What’s your favourite karaoke song?” , “What’s something about you I wouldn’t know from your profile?” and “What does your perfect weekend look like?” to name a few.

How effective will ‘Opening Moves’ be for the users of the dating app?

The platform also told TechCrunch that it is playing to expand the feature by introducing dynamic prompts. According to reports by Bumble, this feature which was previously available in a few countries like Australia and New Zealand, led to longer conversations and replies.

Bumble also reported that they are working on certain new features for premium subscribers. One such feature will make options for setting dating preferences available where users can choose from plenty of options such as long-term relationship, life partner, fun, casual dates, intimacy without commitment and marriage.


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