Once they choose a question, singles have to indicate the answer they would like a match to pick.For example, someone might ask: “What sums up your personality? If the person is quite outgoing but looking for someone who is a little more shy, they would choose the photograph of the garden, as that is the answer they would want their match to go for.Singles are then asked to choose three to five interests from the app’s extensive list of options, which includes topics like entertainment, food, the arts and humour.The interests they pick here will be used to help match them later on.
After singles download the dating app, they sign up to Clikd via Facebook and the app pulls information from their account to help build a profile.
”, so this question will be presented between two images (in this case one of a dog and one of a cat), which potential matches will be asked to choose between when they take the quiz.
Members can choose questions from Clikd’s database by picking a topic – such as entertainment, humour or food – from the app’s list and scanning through the ready-made questions displayed under each category.
Users can change their interests whenever they want, and if they do, the app will update their possible matches for the following day.
Once singles have chosen their interests, they are encouraged to create their very own personalised quiz.