If You Unmatch on Hinge Can Will They Show Up Again

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If You Unmatch on Hinge Can You Match Again

If You Unmatch Someone, Will They Show Up Again

Technically, if you unmatch someone on Hinge, their profile will not appear in your feed again. You already matched, then unmatched, so Hinge will assume you no longer need to be seeing each other’s profiles.

If you unmatched someone because they were acting sketchy after you matched with them or accidentally liked their profile, the fact that they cannot appear on your feed again is a good thing. You will not have to see their profile ever again.

However, if they decide to delete their account after you unmatched with them and recreate a Hinge account, they will appear on your feed again. To avoid them on Hinge, make sure you click the X on their profile so there is no chance you match again.

If you accidentally unmatched with some and want to match with them again, you can do the same thing. By deleting your Hinge account and making a new one, you can rematch after you unmatched with them. Follow these steps to do this.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on your Profile which is shown with your profile picture.

3. Scroll down and click on Settings.

4. Once at the Settings page, scroll down and click on Delete Account.

5. Confirm your actions by clicking Delete Account again.

6. You will now be brought to the Hinge Home Page. Click on Sign Up.

7. Create your new account by following the instructions provided by Hinge.

8. Once you have made your new account, go through your feed until you find their account again so you can rematch, or they will find your new account and like you.

When you delete your account, you will lose all of your matches. If you want to keep talking to them, you will have to rematch with any you did not unmatch with.

Your previous conversations will be deleted when you delete your account. But, this is the only way for someone to appear again on your Hinge profile if you unmatch with them or they unmatch with you.

If You Unmatch on Hinge, Can You Match Again 

If you unmatch someone on Hinge, you sadly cannot match with them again. When you decide to unmatch someone on Hinge, this is a permanent action, even if it was a mistake and you want to stay matched with them. If you are wondering how to unmatch with someone on Hinge, follow these steps.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on the chat icon, which will bring you to Matches.

3. Then, on the person, you want to unmatch with, slide from left to right on your conversation with them.

4. Click on the red X that says Unmatch to unmatch with them.

Their profile will be removed from your conversations, and the app will delete your past conversations if you have any. Now that this is done, it cannot be undone. Again, even if you did it accidentally, you can rematch by undoing your actions.

However, if you want to unmatch with someone, this is a good thing. When you unmatch with them, they also cannot undo your unmatching. If you accidentally matched with someone, got creeped out by their messages, or do not want to see their profile anymore, you can unmatch them, so they are not in your chat anymore.

It goes the other way, as well, however. If you wanted to stay matched with someone, but they decided to unmatch with you for whatever reason, you cannot undo their actions. Once you are unmatched, this action is final.

Can You Match With Someone Twice on Hinge

If you unmatch someone, you might wonder if you can match with them again.

While you are not able to usually, there is one way you can go around the fact that they will not appear on your feed again after you have unmatched by deleting your Hinge account and making a new one. If you want to match with someone twice, you will need to delete your current account to create a new one. Follow these steps to do this.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on your Profile which is shown with your profile picture.

3. Scroll down and click on Settings.

4. Once at the Settings page, scroll down and click on Delete Account.

5. Confirm your actions by clicking Delete Account again.

6. You will now be brought to the Hinge Home Page. Click on Sign Up.

7. Create your new account by following the instructions provided by Hinge.

8. Once you have made your new account, go through your feed until you find their account again so you can rematch, or they will find your new account and like you.

Doing this will result in all of your matches being deleted and appearing on your Hinge feed once more. This will also make anyone you have not matched within the past reappear in your feed, too.

This is the only way you can match with someone twice on Hinge. If they delete their account and make a new one, it will also work as they reappear in your Hinge feed so you can match again with them.

If I Unmatch someone on Hinge, Can They Still See the Conversation?

When you unmatch someone on Hinge, your conversation is deleted. This means that the person you decide to unmatch with cannot see the conversation that you had on Hinge.

However, if you have had any conversations on other apps, unmatching them on Hinge will not delete these conversations. After matching on Hinge, matches often share their number, Snapchat, or another form of social media to speak on.

Any conversations you have had over text, on Snapchat, or on any app other than Hinge will still exist after you have unmatched with them. The person you are unmatched with will still be able to contact you on these other apps, as well.

Unmatching with someone on Hinge only affects your relationship on Hinge, no other apps. If they never got your contact information from your conversation on Hinge, they will not be able to after you have unmatched with them because the conversation was deleted.

If you decide to make a new account, or they do, and the two of you rematch, your old conversation will still be deleted, so you cannot see it even if you rematch.

No matter what you do, the conversation you had with some before unmatching with them will be deleted, and there is nothing you can do to see the conversation again. Only conversations that took place on other apps or platforms will be visible after you have unmatched with someone.

If I Unmatch Someone on Hinge, Will They Know

The only way someone can tell if you unmatch with them on Hinge is if they look into it. The first is that your conversation is deleted. If they open up Hinge to send you a message, they will see that your entire conversations from the past are gone.

Once you unmatch someone on Hinge, your conversation is deleted. Another thing they will notice is that you are no longer in their matches on Hinge. When you use Hinge, you can scroll through your matches when you go to your Chat page.

If your account is no longer listed here, they can assume that you have unmatched with them. Hinge does not notify or alert them to the fact that you have unmatched with them.

Only if they decide to look into these two things will they learn that you have unmatched with them on Hinge. So, when you unmatch someone on Hinge, there is a good chance they will not even realize, especially if you have not talked to them on Hinge for quite some time.

Unless they have a reason to look at your profile on Hinge and your conversations together, they will not learn that you decided to unmatch with them on Hinge.

How to Tell If Someone Unmatched You Hinge

1. You Can’t See Messages Anymore

There are several ways you can tell if someone has unmatched you on Hinge. The first is to check to see if you still have any messages with them on Hinge. To do this, follow these steps.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on the chat icon, which will bring you to Matches.

3. Then, find the conversation you had with the person you think has unmatched with you.

4. If the conversation is gone, they have unmatched with you on Hinge. If the conversation still is on Hinge, they did not unmatch with you.

When someone unmatches with you on Hinge, any conversations the two of you have had on the app will be deleted. Thus, if the conversation is gone, they have decided to unmatch with you. However, if the conversation is still there, they did not unmatchable with you.

This is one of the easiest ways to figure out if someone has unmatched with you on Hinge. If you really want to rematch with them so you can talk to them, you will have to delete your account and make a new one, so you reappear on their Hinge feed.

2. Their Profile Has Disappeared

Another way you can tell if someone has unmatched you on Hinge is by seeing if their profile is still in your matches.

If their profile is gone, this means they have unmatched with you on Hinge. Follow these steps to see if their profile is still in your matches.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on the chat icon, which will bring you to Matches.

3. You will now see a list of people you have matched with. Scroll through until you find their account.

4. If you were able to find their account, they are still matched with you on Hinge. If you are unable to find their account, they have decided to unmatch with you on Hinge.

When someone unmatches with you on Hinge, their profile will be removed from your matches. However, there are two other reasons why their account has disappeared from your matches on Hinge. One reason is that they deleted their account.

If their account no longer exists, you will be unable to find it in your matches. Another reason is if you have met in person.

If you meet in person, you can tell Hinge this. Once this information is reported to Hinge, they will remove you from each other’s matches because you have met up.

So, if you cannot find someone’s profile anymore in your matches, they could have unmatched with you, or they could have deleted their account or reported that you met them in person.

If you really want to rematch with them so you can talk to them, you will have to delete your account and make a new one so you reappear on their Hinge feed.

3. They Told You They Didn’t Mean to Like You Back

It is super easy to accidentally like someone on Hinge. This means someone may have matched with you accidentally, or you might not have meant to like them on Hinge.

This then leads to the awkward conversation where you have to inform the other that this matching will soon be undone. If you receive a message like that, saying something like, “ I am sorry. I did not mean to like you back,” this is a good sign that they are going to unmatch with you on Hinge.

Thus, they unmatch you because they did not mean to like you in the first place. However, if you are still able to see their message and see their profile in your matches, they have not unmatched with you yet.

If you want to stay matched with them, you can still message them to try and convince them not to unmatch with you. If the message is already gone and their profile can no longer be seen in your matches, they have already unmatched with you, and you cannot message them anymore.

If you really want to rematch with them so you can talk to them, you will have to delete your account and make a new one, so you reappear on their Hinge feed.

4. You Said Something They Deemed Weird

If you sent a match a message that could be deemed as weird by them, they might have unmatched with you because your message weirded them out. They might have even reported your message if it was inappropriate as well.

When this happens, you can tell if they have unmatched with you if your message is gone, along with any other conversations you have had. When someone unmatches with you, your conversation is erased.

You can also tell if your weird message led to them unmatching with you if they are no longer listed in your matches. Once they have decided to unmatch with you, their profile will disappear from your matches on Hinge.

If you really want to rematch with them so you can talk to them, you will have to delete your account and make a new one so you reappear on their Hinge feed.

What Does the Other Person See When You Unmatch Them on Hinge?

When you unmatch someone on Hinge, they see a couple of different things. While Hinge does not notify or alert them that you have unmatched with them, there are some ways they can see that you have unmatched with them.

The first is that your conversation is deleted. If they open up Hinge to send you a message, they will see that your entire conversations from the past are gone. Another thing they will notice is that you are no longer in their matches on Hinge.

When you use Hinge, you can scroll through your matches when you go to your Chat page. If your account is no longer listed here, they can assume that you have unmatched with them. If they are able to figure out that you have unmatched with them and they want to talk to you still, they might delete their account so that they appear on your feed again.

If they do this if you want to unmatch with them, click the X on their profile so they no cannot rematch with you on Hinge. However, if the person you unmatched with on Hinge does not look for your account again, they will not know they you decided to unmatch with them.

What Happens When You Unmatch Someone on Hinge

There are a couple of different things that happen when you unmatch with someone on Hinge. The first is that your conversation is deleted. If they open up Hinge to send you a message, they will see that your entire conversations from the past are gone.

Once you unmatch someone on Hinge, your conversation is deleted. Another thing they will notice is that you are no longer in their matches on Hinge. When you use Hinge, you can scroll through your matches when you go to your Chat page.

If your account is no longer listed here, they can assume that you have unmatched with them. Hinge does not notify or alert them to the fact that you have unmatched with them.

Only if they decide to look into these two things will they learn that you have unmatched with them on Hinge. So, when you unmatch someone on Hinge, there is a good chance they will not even realize, especially if you have not talked to them on Hinge for quite some time.

Unless they have a reason to look at your profile on Hinge and your conversations together, they will not learn that you decided to unmatch with them on Hinge.

Accidentally Unmatched on Hinge

If you accidentally unmatched someone on Hinge, there is only one way you can rematch with them on the app. This is by deleting your account and making a new one. Then, you will have to find their profile and match with them again. To do this, follow these steps.

1. Open up Hinge on any device you are logged into.

2. From the bottom menu on the page, click on your Profile which is shown with your profile picture.

3. Scroll down and click on Settings.

4. Once at the Settings page, scroll down and click on Delete Account.

5. Confirm your actions by clicking Delete Account again.

6. You will now be brought to the Hinge Home Page. Click on Sign Up.

7. Create your new account by following the instructions provided by Hinge.

8. Once you have made your new account, go through your feed until you find their account again so you can rematch, or they will find your new account and like you.

This will result in you losing all of the current matches you had with your old account, but it is the only way you can rematch with someone on Hinge. However, suppose you already had another way of contacting someone you unmatched with on Hinge, such as their number or their Snapchat account.

In that case, you can use these platforms to reach out to them and explain that you have accidentally unmatched with them. Then, you might not need to rematch with them on Hinge because you can talk to them outside of Hinge.

David Johnson is a freelance writer with 9 years of experience writing for Techzillo and other established tech outlets like iMore. His focus and key interests are Apple and accessibility as well as consumer technology in general. Read our Editorial Guidlines and Fact Checking process.

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