Douyin, viewing the next video is a high-frequency behavior of users, and this type of short video app expects users to consume as much content as possible and watch more videos, so it is best to use the best interactive gesture operation in product design. The user behavior that occurs executive email list is very reasonable. However, for Tantan, scrolling down to view more is not the core demand of users. Users open Tantan to find a match, not to see how many little brothers there are on Tantan executive email list. For photos, why don't I go to Chen Weiting's Weibo? Right, so Tantan actually doesn't want users to consume content and then keep scrolling down to see the next content. What users want is to find a match and quickly strike up a conversation and build a relationship.
Based on this user request, what Tantan needs to do is: [Provided content] Based on user portraits, recommend possible matching objects [Assisted in quick matching decision-making] executive email list The first is to provide as little and critical information as possible to help users build profiles of each other, including photos, age, constellation, and geographic location. Other than that, provide as few options as possible i.e. like, dislike, super like. Screenshot of Tantan homepage Super liking is a feature packaged for membership to some extent. For a single object, in fact, all decisions can be simplified into executive email list like and dislike. Decisions become easier when there are enough options.
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