Signing up at HyeSingles is a relatively straightforward process; you’ll only have to accomplish two steps.
Step 1: Basic Information
Located in the upper right portion of the homepage, answering this one-page form is as easy as 1,2,3.
Select your orientation and preference; since HyeSingles only caters to straight singles, this process should be quick. You will also be asked to include your location (city and country) as well as your date of birth.
Then, you’ll need to input your email address and nominated password. Note that HyeSingles will only accept unique screen names; no spaces, brackets, or quotes and it should be at least four characters long. After, you’ll also have to key in your password before clicking “Continue.”
Step 2: Creating Your Profile
After clicking “Continue,” you will automatically customize your profile. This step is not skippable, but the answers are pre-composed so that it won’t take much of your time.
Also, completing your profile unlocks your ability to send unlimited likes; for us, this is a win-win situation.
Select your answers for questions on your physique (body type, height, eye and hair color), profession (occupation and educational attainment), and lifestyle and perspective (vices, religion, politics).
You will also be quizzed on your parental status, ethnicity, languages, and music taste although you can choose not to divulge that much information fresh from signing up; the “I’ll tell you later” option is available for most questions.
Lastly, you will be asked to upload a primary photo. This step is skippable, so if you want to look around first, you may do so. However, you won’t be able to check out a member’s profile and interact with them without a photo.
Although it is not required, you should verify your email address. That way, it’s easier to recover your account in case you forget your login details.
Since members are required to complete their profile and compelled to upload a photo, it was quite easy to see which profiles are suspicious. They’re the ones without any photo, and their answers were mostly “I’ll tell you later.”