The first thing I thought when I read about this was: This is a technology that Laura Linney’s character from —a nervous turtlenecked mouse who loves her hot co-worker Karl silently and obsessively from afar—would use if the movie was set in the modern day.
Karl and Laura Linney’s character, Sarah, eventually do hook up without the help of the internet. It has since expanded its mission to include any relationship configuration, and offers 20 different sexuality options to choose from.
So why would an app that targets itself toward non-normative relationships choose the workplace as its next frontier?
Last week, the dating app Feeld released a bot that, theoretically at least, lets you find out if your co-workers have crushes on you.
The way it works is this: Once the bot is installed in the office chat platform Slack, you message the bot with the name of your crush. If they have also messaged the bot with a confession of love for you, the bot will let you know you like each other.
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