Swipe Right or Swipe Left on Bumble? Do It The Right Way

Business Insider/Bumble If you’ve never heard of the dating app Bumble, you’ve most likely heard of the concept behind it, at least: Download an app, make a profile, then swipe through photos of potential mates. If you’re interested, you swipe right — if you’re not, swipe left.

Bumble Swipe Right

What does swipe right mean on Bumble?

Bumble right swipe means that you find a Bumble profile attractive by moving (swiping) your finger right across the profile photo of a person on the touchscreen.

So if you really someone attractive someone on Bumble and think that you could have a nice conversation with her, you should swipe her right.

There is no separate icon for liking someone on Bumble (on Tinder you can also tap on the green heart icon to like someone), so your only option is to swipe right.

What happens when you swipe right on Bumble?

When you swipe right someone on Bumble, two things can happen.

If the other person had already swiped you right before your right swipe then right after the swiping you get an instant Bumble match and you can check out her profile once again in the Bumble match queue.

As Bumble is giving the power to women, if you are a man, you have to wait for the girl to message you first so that you can also message her. As a woman, you have 24 hours to send the first message, or your Bumble match will disappear.

What does swipe left mean on Bumble?

A Bumble Swipe left is the exact opposite of a right swipe, you move the profile picture of the Bumble profile you see on your screen left.

This means that you don’t find her attractive, or even she has an attractive profile you wouldn’t think that a meetup would be realistic.

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