When you first open your new QueerBFF app, you will see the account creation screen. Here you will be asked to enter the appropriate fields. If you have not created a QueerBFF account already, you will need to provide us with an email address and password or utilize the Facebook Login Tool to create one. Your QueerBFF account details are not your existing Apple ID or Google Play.
Now that you are registered on the app, time to build out your QueerBFF profile. You will have the best experience if you use all the photo fields and complete the entire My Profile section.
Upload at least four photos that show you doing things you love. In that series of photos, include a few snaps of yourself, solo, that clearly show your face. That alone will increase your matches.
But to give your future besties an even better glimpse into your personality, link your Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts to your profile. You will find those options beneath the Social section.
As you are scrolling through QueerBFF, spend time reading what others wrote about themselves. That is how you will know if you have something in common and want to match in the first place.
Similarly, let folks know what you are all about and what you are looking for in a new friendship. That could be anything from a weekend hiking buddy or a ‘90s sitcom fanatic.
We get that a first friend-hang can yield the same jitters you would feel before a first date. You hope you will click, that the conversation will flow naturally, and that you picked the right kind of hangout.
You can always opt for something low-pressure like meeting for a walk, a cup of tea, or a cocktail. But if you really want to create an instant bond, go back to what you have said you both love — and do it together. That ceramics workshop you have been eyeing? Invite a kindred spirit. Want to try hot yoga but want moral support? Grab your new pal and go!
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