These types of profiles are usually an outline of the person's likes and dislikes.They are used for many reasons including dating profiles, online social networks or by employers offering employment through job boards.Personal profile questions typically follow a basic protocol for users or members and are produced with a measure of diversity.Think his online dating profile sounds too good to be true?When you sign on to Hater, you'll first see a series of swipeable topics.You can swipe up (love), down (hate), left (dislike), right (dislike), or tap it to skip it.
Then the app gives you your top matches, which you can swipe left or right on and then message.8 and uses an algorithm to match you with people who hate the same stuff as you do."It really all comes down to having common ground," matchmaker and dating coach Julia Bekker,tells Bustle."Having similar likes and dislikes can certainly allow two people to connect initially, but i'm not crazy about or sold on the concept of people making love connections based on things they 'hate'." Luckily, on Hater, you can also swipe on things you like and love.“We want people to express themselves more honestly," Brendan Alper, CEO of Hater, said in a press release.Hater also asks about abortion, your opinion on former president Barack Obama, and "offensive jokes." While initially a bit off-putting, Hater has the right idea: Disagreeing on some core issues may affect a couple's ultimate compatibility.If an issue is a deal-breaker for you, you'll at least know how someone stands before you even swipe right.