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Getting Started Let's get this out of the way immediately: e Harmony doesn't let potential homosexual users create an account.Instead, should you select that you're a man looking for a man or a woman looking for a woman, e Harmony bounces you to compatiblepartners.com, its gay-friendly companion site.We reached out to e Harmony for a comment about this divide. In our opinion, it's great that the company caters to everyone, but it's really a shame that they've opted for this segregated approach.Surely their algorithms are savvy enough to avoid potential preference mismatches.We've deducted half a star from the score for this stance.If you're heterosexual, however, you can waltz through e Harmony's doors with ease.
You're tasked, after creating login credentials, with answering a series of questions designed to assess your personality.If you try to plow through the questions, e Harmony will ask you to slow down and ponder your answer, a nice touch.e Harmony does its best to convince you to sign up for the multi-month subscription packages. ) is buried on the subscription plan page while the expensive multi-month packages that cost hundreds of dollars are prominently displayed. After you select a subscription plan, e Harmony takes you to your profile page.If e Harmony finds potential matches with its Compatibility Matching System, a notification appears in the Matches toolbar section. Profiles are packed with nuggets of useful information and sprinkled with photos.Other sections include What If (matches that fall outside of your match sweet spot.), Communicating With (your message center), and Hidden Users (a list of potential matches no longer available for contact). In fact, the pages look very much like interactive infographics.You move horizontally from profile section to profile section, using the arrow keys or clicking the onscreen navigation icons.