But she occasionally got lucky."Some people were like, 'Oh my god, I have always wanted to do this too! She eventually formed one strong friendship with someone from OKCupid, only to watch that person move to another city.
After that, she decided to start a networking group called "Ladies Who Vino." It grew and eventually inspired her to create Hey! That app matches users based on factors including location, mutual friends and personal traits.
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While photos still play a role, the focus is more on compatibility than looks.“We’re a lot more data-driven,” Olivia June Poole, co-founder and CEO of Hey! “We’re really focused on understanding you holistically as a person, as opposed to it being a game of ‘hot or not.’”Hey! Users answer questions about their interests, personality and goals, post a photo, and the apps match them up for a coffee date, museum outing or whatever other activity they may be into. It lets people create events (for example, brunch or cocktails), invite other users to join, and then accept or reject those who show interest.
Another new app, Rendezwho, tries to create long-lasting friendships by matching two random users for life.