Furthermore, unlike Tinder, users can filter searches – from class year to gender to even college major. "We know that one thing everyone looks forward to daily is coffee breaks."Connect with Facebook, and every day at noon, the app will send you a prospective match, prompting the user to like or pass.
Coffee Meets Bagel also prides itself on being discreet, you're not likely to ever match with your direct Facebook friends.
Only undergrads, graduate students, and alumni that fit your criteria – age, department or major, affiliated institution – will be able to view your profile.A bit like how Jordan writes all her books, but for sex.The website markets itself as “dating, done for you” and promises to land you eight dates per month, depending on how much you’re willing to fork out for the service.seem to suggest that dates resulting from the matches on the app, much like those initiated through physical person-to-person interactions, can go either way.Part of the Tinder charm is its simplicity – swipe right if you're interested, and left if you're not – but that simplicity can be a with student loan debt, so much so, that the crushing weight of monthly loan payments come before finding love (or something like it).