Users can opt to sign in by connecting directly with their Facebook accounts, or by registering with their email addresses.
Input your gender, the gender you’re looking for, and your zip code, then the usual sign-up info like username and password.
As is usually the case with ‘free’ dating sites, free membership doesn’t get you access to every feature First Met has to offer.
Free members can search and chat online with other members via instant messaging.
Each one makes it easy to meet singles by connecting them through mutual friends and interests, all for free.
Registering for the First Met website is a quick process, as you would expect from something so closely tied to the rapid worlds of social media and mobile apps.
Under the “Search” tab members can conduct more detailed searches based on the usual dating site categories (age, ethnicity, marital status, education, income, etc).
Under the “Intros” tab, users are introduced to one new member every day based on First Met’s matching algorithm.
The page looks and functions exactly like the First Met website, with the addition of a section that shows any friends you have in common with your potential matches.
Have fun preparing Linda for a romantic date near the Golden Gate!
Linda must look perfect for her boyfriend and she wants to go through a complete makeover. Frozen Princess Elsa was greeting guests who have traveled to Arendelle to observe her coronation when she met the love of her life.
Paid members receive unlimited messaging, the ability to see who viewed their profiles, and the option to browse outside their country.
On Facebook, the First Met experience is almost exactly the same.
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New users are asked to pick at least three interests from a selection of images, so that First Met can begin matching based on shared hobbies and passions, and then the real fun begins.