Many dating services let you add users to a list of Favorites, and eHarmony is no different

Many dating services let you add users to a list of Favorites, and eHarmony is no different

Free Features

  • Smiles (Free)

Smiles are free to send. They’re essentially an easygoing, no-risk way of letting someone know that you like them. Smiles are especially useful to use if you’re not sure what to say in an opening message (they can encourage the other person to initiate a conversation), but if you send a smile as a free user and the other person responds, you will still need to upgrade your account if you want to then start sending your original messages.

  • Automated Questions (Free)

If you’ve come across a profile you quite like but you’re not sure what to say in an opening message (or if you’ve got a free account but want to see if someone is worth you upgrading or not), you can send automated questions. Automated questions are questions that eHarmony has come up with. You’re allowed to send as many as you like in one day, and it’s up to the other person to respond with their answers.

They’re an easy way of getting to know someone without you having to come up with your conversation. Moreover, the other person’s answers can inspire new conversational topics.

  • Favorites (Free)

It’s a list of profiles you’re interested in, but who you haven’t got around to messaging yet. However, on eHarmony there’s a crucial difference – you can only see a list of Favorites who have matched with you. Continue reading “Many dating services let you add users to a list of Favorites, and eHarmony is no different”