Tinder Feed

Real-time updates from your matches, in one place 💕

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Tinder Feed is a new feature that brings real-time updates from your matches, all in one place, including recent photos, Instagram posts, top artists on Spotify, and more.

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Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
In 2014, Tinder introduced Moments, its version of stories. It didn't take off and they ultimately killed the feature. The Feed appears to be a reincarnation of a similar goal in a much different package, turning Tinder into more of a persistent social network instead of simply a transactional matching network.
Florent Quinti
Florent Quinti@florentquinti · Head of Product @salesmachine_io
@rrhoover It seems that it's an automated feed rather than a standalone feed. A post is automatically created when you post a new photo on Instagram, update your Spotify or change your profile pic in Tinder. The swiping experience is still the main engagement action on Tinder (getting new matches) and not discovering what your actual matches are doing (social network). I think it would be really hard to switch to a persistent social network if it's not the main concept.
Brian Norgard
Brian NorgardMakerHiring@briannorgard · On a long walk
Happy to answer questions about the product ...
Chris Messina
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@briannorgard will you be supporting more service integrations beyond Instagram and Spotify?
Brian Norgard
Brian NorgardMakerHiring@briannorgard · On a long walk
@chrismessina Hey Chris, yes we are always looking at ways to expand the profile data we capture. You can probably make an educated guess the directions we will head.
Juan Buis
Juan Buis@juanbuis · internet words
i wish i could install tinder to check out all its cool new features, but how to explain to my gf?
Raman Shalupau
Raman Shalupau@ksaitor · Maker @ CryptoJobsList.com
Been using Tinder for a while. Seen it launch a gazillion new features. None of them took off. Needless to say I, personally, also did not use them at all. They just stood on the way… Would not be surprised if this fails too… Why not just double down on core experience?
Brian Norgard
Brian NorgardMakerHiring@briannorgard · On a long walk
@ksaitor we are doubling down on the core as well as testing new experiences. Plenty of things we have shipped have worked incredibly well but like any other scale company you can’t get them all right — we are, in fact, a collection of humans. Sometimes we get it right, other times we don’t. Thanks for the comment.