'Sorry, Slack, this is flattering and all, but I'm married,' he tweeted.'Also, is the whole point of that app to terrify HR people?
' It appears the dating service is not a cooperative effort between Feeld and Slack.
Users could select a setting to keep their identity hidden from friends and family so they could 'browse freely' on the app's database of potential partners.
The goal, the company said, was to expand people's views on sexuality and relationships.
Developed by London-based entrepreneur Dimo Trifonov, 3nder let you sign up as a single person looking to match with a couple, or as a couple seeking a third person.
Like other dating websites, it let users set up a personal profile, where they could list details about themselves and what kind of relationship they were seeking.
It's a sneaky and shallow way to gossip about people.'The qualities you can attribute to a guy - which are listed in hashtag form - are restricted to a specific list so that the reviews remain 'lighthearted and not cruel,' explains the app's creator, Alexandra Chong.
She claims the pair slept together, had a “proper romance” and then spoke regularly when she was back home in Stoke.'We need to evolve our social acceptance,' the website said.After years of glorious romantic oversharing, Taylor Swift has at last adopted a discreet new dating strategy.The bot invites you to type your office crush's name, and if your lover-to-be types your name back, it will tell you there's a match The Feeld app has a dark past.Originally marketed as '3nder', the app was touted as the 'Tinder for threesomes' when it was first released in 2014.