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22-Nov-2016 10:58

Every 24 hours, the video section is wiped clean to make room for a new question, which lowers the stakes on answering the questions via video in the first place.

There are no filters on the video so users can’t really beautify their videos the way they would on Snapchat or Instagram.

“We’re hoping to create an overall experience where people can feel more relaxed being themselves, and more excited to meet and get to know other people.” This feature will push Lively beyond dating to help users just generally meet new people. Top dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and others have also adopted friend-finding features as of late, as they become more like social networks.

And Bumble is preparing to launch into professional networking in September, with the debut of Bumble Bizz.

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But unlike with Lively’s profile videos, the chat feature allows users to start their session with their screen blurred.

But, this means that users who make matches within the video section won’t surprise their date in real-life.

Kang said that more than 50 percent beta users of the video feature who created a video were liked that day, and that folks using the video feature will be seen by 5x more people in their area.

Coffee Meets Bagel currently operates on a freemium model, giving users a certain amount of matches each day and letting them pay (through virtual currency called Beans) for more matches.

Kang said it’s unclear whether or not the video section will eventually become a paid feature, but for now the video section is free to use as much as users would like.

But unlike with Lively’s profile videos, the chat feature allows users to start their session with their screen blurred.

But, this means that users who make matches within the video section won’t surprise their date in real-life.

Kang said that more than 50 percent beta users of the video feature who created a video were liked that day, and that folks using the video feature will be seen by 5x more people in their area.

Coffee Meets Bagel currently operates on a freemium model, giving users a certain amount of matches each day and letting them pay (through virtual currency called Beans) for more matches.

Kang said it’s unclear whether or not the video section will eventually become a paid feature, but for now the video section is free to use as much as users would like.

In Lively, users upload photos and videos that are then turned into story collages, which also include transitions and movement.