The new feature of ID verification will be available on tinder to all the members around the globe except in parts of the world that are restricted by law. The dating app will take reviews from members, recommendations from experts, and also decide the necessary documents most appropriate for different countries, keeping in mind the local laws and regulations for the introduction of this feature.
Tinder first introduced this feature in japan in 2019. ID Verification feature is now planned to be introduced all over the world initially as a voluntary option. Rory Kozoll, Head of Trust and Safety Product at Tinder said “ID verification is complex and nuanced, which is why we are taking a test-and-learn approach to rollout”.
Tinder has always made sure their members feel comfortable and safe and gained confidence in them with reliable matches. Tinder has introduced 10 key safety features in the past two years like photo verification, face-to-face video chat, and more. With the introduction of the ID verification feature, tinder believes the members can be safer as the matches become more authentic thereby allowing them to take benefit of interacting with people without any hesitance.
The introduction of the ID verification feature will be challenging due to the mindset of traditionally marginalized communities and law restrictions in different countries but when introduced will gain more popularity and attract members throughout the globe and allow them to enjoy safe dating.
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