Still, POF costs nothing to use, and it offers highly detailed personality assessment test results that may help you better understand how you function within a relationship.
I had to fill out the 90+ questions all over again! User Profiles and Bad Web Design Even if you manage to endure answering a hundred questions in one sitting, you may become frustrated with Plenty of Fish's awful design.
POF's website is difficult and confusing to navigate; it's the exact opposite of e Harmony'speople, not the person you're interested in checking out. And you have to scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen to favorite a profile—that's not a very user-friendly design, especially for the person looking to quickly favorite people to contact later.
South of that menu is a filter system that lets you refine your searches based on age and location.
The meat of the homepage is a gallery of large images displaying various users' profile images.
If some of those recommended profile photos look similar to the person you'd intended to check out, it's very easy to click to those images and accidently go to a new page. POF crams nearly important feature into a menu at the top of the site.