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Does Tinder notify her that you just took a screenshot of her profile or convo? Or post in our free Facebook group for advice on your Tinder Opener….
Subscriber active since. The widespread use of Snapchat has acclimated most social media users to the concept of the screenshot notification. If you're a Tinder user, there have probably been multiple occasions in which you wanted to take a screenshot of something on the app. Maybe you had a conversation with a match that was too funny not to save — after all, on the off chance that you get married, that conversation will be a great relic to show your future grandchildren, right?
Whether you're trying to show off the new cutie you're talking to, or you need advice on what to say next, sometimes you just need to share a Bumble screenshot!
Does tinder let that hottie know that you've screenshotted their profile, probably just to send to your bestie and brag about your latest match? So many of us have feared that on Bumble someone can see if you screenshot their profile. Good luck out there, ladies!
Apps like Snapchat and even now Instagram DMshave us all screenshot weary these days, but on dating apps, for the moment, we're safe - as someone cannot see if you screenshot their bumble profile. Laura Wagner Aug 16, Bumble does not tell that cutie that you took a screenshot of the conversation, and also bumble does not notify someone if you take a screenshot of their profile.
Again, for the time being, Bumble does not alert someone if you screenshot the messages the two of you have been having. But before you snap that cutie or that convo, it's important to know if Bumble alerts someone if you take a screenshot. One aspect in particular often can suddenly cause fear and horror: can someone see if you screenshot their Bumble???
Bumble does not send any sort of screenshotting alerts. We're all well aware of the benefits of the female empowering Bumble dating app. Or maybe even to send of a quick snap of your ex and his ridiculous Bumble profile?
Well, lucky for all of us, the answer is no.