As soon as you've filled out the form (it took me 15 seconds to fill it out), a pop-up welcomes you, and asks if you'd like to download the proprietary chat program, where you can chat with "Zooskers" around the world.If you say no, you'll then be asked to flesh out your profile slightly - most members (in my experience) have nothing listed except their age, general location, profile name and a picture - and then you'll be shown someone else's profile nearby.
You don't have to fill out any profile details other than the bare basics, and really, your picture is what really counts here.
After signing up you'll get a daily "mutual match" in your email, showing you someone else's profile, and allowing you to state yes or no to being interested.
If you say yes, and it's mutual, you'll get a note (but won't know who it is specifically until you pay), and if it's no, you'll hear nothing.
After you answer yes or no, you may get a dating-related question to further determine what you're after.
While certain features aren’t available to free members, the pricing packages are akin to similar dating sites.
With one of the largest membership bases for dating sites, Zoosk is a powerhouse that offers little fluff and a lot of people to choose from.
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If you'd rather see a larger list of folks rather than one profile at a time, just click on the button that looks like a chess board, and your view will instantly change.