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The dating app maker has been fairly vague on what these new features will entail, having only described them previously as something that will blur the “distinction between digital and real-life dating, and dating and simply engaging in your social life.” This hints at further efforts at expanding Tinder into more of social network for young singles, rather than an app whose sole focus is on creating relationships.

Match Group’s own namesake app, Match.com, even rolled out its own take on missed connections back in January 2017.

In its case, the feature doesn’t show a user’s real-time location or precise last location, for privacy purposes.

While Tinder today lets you scout for matches by distance from you, or set your location to a different city through the paid feature, Tinder Passport, users have often requested enhancements like sorting matches by location or visualizing matches on an in-app map.

Alternately, other dating apps have leveraged users’ location for “missed connections” type features, as with the app Happn.

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