Since I’m polyamorous, I don’t necessarily stop using a site if I establish a relationship with someone, so I have years of *successful* experience with OKCupid.
I’ve met lovers there, including one who has been my partner for the last six years, and also several long-term friends.
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.
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Upload pictures, send messages write diary entries and give someone a wink in your area and you may just find that spark that ignites the perfect relationship. And you simply need some guidance on how to use our features, we have a friendly customer care team available, they’ll send you guides of how to write a message, upload a photo or give you some hints and tips as to what to include in your profile.
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Then do a search by "Match %" -- most of those people will share your values and interests pretty closely.
For me, I've found that anyone with less than an 80% rating is *very* unlikely to be a good match. It doesn't change who they match you with, but it *does* affect whether someone who sees your profile will be interested in communicating with you.