yorkmoor wrote: I accept premium membership from a business point of view. One point I’d like to raise is on the subject of favourites.
For one reason or another not everybody chooses to upgrade membership and for a non premium member this can be a problem when one has been marked as a favourite.
What would be the issue with knowing who has chosen one as a favourite ?
Contact could then be made by upgrading if one chooses.
Usually when a member selects another member as a favourite, it is like a memo to remember the names of members they might wish to communicate with; a kind of short list. If they wish to make contact then the usual ice breaker is to send a smile. Premium members have the benefits of seeing who views their profiles or marks them as a favourite, as well as having full contact options including messaging.