They have many other features, including surveys, personality tests, etc.
While these may be fun, they have *no* effect on who you get matched with.
Check out the review site that Alicia Nicole operates; her info seems to be pretty good. I looked it over, and the OKC review was reasonably good, but there was something odd.
This can be very enlightening, especially if they have used the comments section of their answers.Among other options, they allow people to list themselves as “seeing someone”, “married”, or “in an open relationship”.To get the best results from OKCupid, answer *lots* of questions—that’s how they make their matches. It doesn't take long, and you can answer more at any time.To help answer that question, keep the following in mind: Free sites are geared toward casual daters, while paid sites tend to be for people looking for a serious relationship.Of course, it’s not always that simple, and there are exceptions.You’re Matched According to Answers Ok Cupid matches you with others not only based on your browsing activity on the site, but also based on the way you answer a number of introductory questions.Examples of the questions include: You can set your answers to be publicly available, or you can choose to set all (or some) to private.John Corpuz flip-flopped between computer science and creative writing courses in school.As a contributor to Tom's Guide he's found a happy middle ground writing about apps, mobile gaming and other geekery.I’m polyamorous, and the vast majority of people I match with are also interested in polyamory or other open relationship styles.For someone with very different values or interests, they would probably never see the people I match with, but would be shown people who share their values.