Unmatch On Tinder? – Why & How To Do It?

Are you frustrated with women not having conversations after a match? Are you angry enough and take your decision to unmatched those women who never had a conversation with you?

Well, that would be a wrong decision. It will hurt your ELO score; minimizing the chances of re-engagement with previously matched women and also heart your future ranking.


In this article, I am going to you tell you about how to unmatch on tinder and why you should not unmatch, and how to solve it without unmatching.

According to statista_ men outnumbered women by 8 times in tinder!

How to Unmatch On Tinder?

Before you unmatch someone on tinder, I suggest you to ask yourself_ “do you really need to unmatch her?” If not then I request you to read this full article first and then decide what to do.

Anyway, if you really want to unmatch, follow my steps below…

Steps to unmatch on tinder:

  1. Tap on Tinder App.
  2. Go to the person_ (a. by tapping on massage or, b. tap on match if you never text her.)
  3. Click the “shield icon” on the top of the right corner.
  4. Click “unmatch”.

What is an unmatch on tinder?

Unmatch on tinder means to make your former match unmatch by tapping on the unmatch button. An unmatched person will no longer be on your match list and you cannot text that person.

Unmatching someone means you do not want to talk to them. It clearly tells tinder that you are really angry with that particular person and never want to meet him/her again. Tinder will not suggest that person ever again.


Should you unmatch on tinder?

Do you ever hear the term “double text”? Well, if you did not then let me describe it for you. The double message is a process of starting a conversation with someone who did not reply to your text previously.

Man outnumber women in tinder’s active profile list by sevenfold. So there will be more than seven men for one woman which is insane.

Women have hundreds of matches every day! How could a person send a text or reply to a text if she is getting hundreds of text messages every day?

Do you ever think about that?

The answer is they cannot. They do not even look after all of the text they are getting every day; they only answer the text that looks interesting to them. So your text is probably not that much interesting.

The second reason should be they do not take all the message because it is boring after all every guy tries to pick up women. Maybe the message is a problem or you send it to her, or at an inappropriate time when she was not active at all and your message remained untouched.

The third reason is maybe you send short are messages like hi or hello. These types of text have the lowest possibility of getting replay because women receive hundreds of hi, hello every day. So why do they care about your hi?

So if you text them again and restart your conversation then there is a 50% chance you can talk to them.

I have written an in-depth article on “should you double message on tinder “; you should check out that article to be an expert on double message.

Is it hurt ELO?

As a guy, you should never unmatch women no matter what happened and how much angry you are with her. By the time you unmatch her, you lost your chance of re-engagement with her.

Tinder definitely sees every successful conversation between you and your match. Your profile boost depends on the success rate. Tinder loves people who can interact well with other people. They reward the man who is really good at making conversation with women.

They will not reward a profile with bad at making successful conversations that end with unmatching.

So, is it hurt your ranking? Unmatching someone definitely hurts your ranking. It takes away Re-engaging opportunities as well as bring a bad sign of unsuccessful conversation which overall heart ELO and is responsible for the potential low match.


If you really want to unmatch someone, then you can do it by following mentioned steps; however, think twice before you unmatch someone on tinder because it significantly hurt your ELO and as well as overall engaging opportunity.

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