How to unmatch from someone on Tinder and prevent them from reappearing on your feed
- You can unmatch from anyone on
Tinderby opening a chat with them and using the Safety Toolkit.
- The person you unmatch from won't be notified, but you'll disappear from each other's Match lists.
- Once you've unmatched from someone on Tinder, they won't appear in your feed anymore.
Tinder has a pretty simple setup: Swipe left to reject someone, and
Luckily, Tinder lets you unmatch from anyone that you've matched with. You'll just need to open a chat with them.
Quick tip: These steps let you unmatch from someone that you swiped right on. If you accidentally swiped left on someone and want to see their profile again, you'll need to subscribe to Tinder Plus, Tinder Gold, or Tinder Platinum and use the Rewind feature.
How to unmatch with someone on Tinder
If you've matched with someone - meaning that you've both swiped right on each other - you can unmatch on the chat page.
1. Open Tinder and tap the chat icon in the bottom toolbar.
2. Tap the picture of the person you want to unmatch with. If they don't show up under Messages or New Matches, you can search for them.
3. In the chat window that opens, tap the shield icon in the top-right corner.
4. Tap Unmatch From [Name], then confirm your choice.
Unmatching is permanent. Once you unmatch from someone, they'll disappear from the Chat page and won't show up in your feed again.
Important: If someone on Tinder is making you feel uncomfortable, you can report them from that menu too. Be sure to check out Tinder's Safety Center for resources and guides on keeping safe online.
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