OkCupid is looking a lot more like Tinder. Look at two changes announced this month. First, messages land in a user’s inbox only once two people have indicated, via OkCupid’s site or app, that they like each other. And by the end of the year, daters will have to use their names on OkCupid, rather than usernames daters create for themselves.
"Goodbye, Daddyzprincess29: OkCupid is Ditching its Usernames, and not Everyone is Happy" is from the December 24, 2017 Business section of The Washington Post. It was written by Lisa Bonos and narrated by Sam Scholl.