What is probably good about this dating site is that it doesn’t compel you to complete your profile upon registration. If you’d rather peek at the possible matches first, just make sure to upload a primary photo and then opt to review your profile for later. The photo is a must; even for standard accounts, you can’t wink or add someone to your Favorites list without a photo.
If you choose to edit your profile first, QuickFlirt will need the following details.
Screen Name and Age
Dating sites protect your privacy through the use of screen names, and QuickFlirt is no exception. At any point, QuickFlirt lets you review and edit your username and age.
Photos and Videos
Upload as many photos as you want to make your dating profile stand out. For the videos, you can upload up to six videos with a length of 6 to 120 seconds each.
Even if they can’t browse your photo, give your matches an idea of how you look. Choose your hair color, ethnic origin, and body type from preset answers in this section.
Let your potential match know what’s on your mind with a 140-character status. If lightning strikes and you get a funnier bio, you can always edit this part.
For accurate outputs, edit the preferred age range and proximity of your ideal match. This dating site will review your wishlist to let you flirt with the man or woman of your dreams.
Any potential dating partner will review your profile to see if you have anything in common. Provide answers to questions such as your eye color, the number of piercings you have, and your drinking habits.
Of course, you’d like to browse photos and videos before messaging a person. Although one can see other profiles using a standard account, image-wise, all you can see is the thumbnail of their primary photo. Thankfully, it will be big enough that you can make out their facial features and body type (if said photo is not a close-up). But if you’d like to see more, you will need to upgrade and pay.
Moving on to the actual profiles, the lack of individuality removes the fun and life out of your profile. Sure it may be convenient. But placing the awesome being that is you in generic categories may be frustrating, and limiting your status to 140-characters may be challenging.
Still, remember the wise adage that goes, “Do not judge a potential match by his or her profile alone.” The simplicity behind the act of putting it together reserves your time and energy for the main event: the actual flirting.
We also had issues with fake profiles. Minutes after creating an account, we received six direct messages and notifications claiming three women browsed our profile. This might sound like good news, but that wasn't the case.
It was sketchy, especially when the profile in question was without a photo, video, information, and any means to verify that it was made by humans and not bots. As rational humans on a dating site, we checked the messages only to find out that full access to the chatbox is a premium. This may be clickbait so members upgrade.
On the bright side, it was nice to note that QuickFlirt regulates and reviews photos and videos by imposing what can’t be posted on the dating site. Photos featuring rude gestures, a group, an inanimate object, and personal details (IDs for example) are not allowed.
QuickFlirt also rejects uploading copyrighted pictures or images of celebrities. With these regulations, handlers of bogus accounts will have limited photo options, making their profile bare and even more suspicious.