Curating your Tinder profile is difficult at the best of times.
The top 6 images that make the cut must summarise your personality and charm, whilst also showing off your assets.
There is always that shameless selfie, a night out with friends and perhaps a picture of you with your cat. (Rule no.1: always make potential suitors aware that if they like you, they must like your pets too).
All this in the hope that you find your match.
As if this wasn't enough pressure, the dating app has now announced that they are collaborating with Spotify to create a section of your profile that allows potential matches to see your music tastes.
Since the collaboration, you are now able to share your favourite artists and genres, as well as the 'Anthem' that defines you.
Not more potentially life-changing decisions we hear you cry!
How do you sum yourself up in one song?
What if your favourite song of all time is Hanson's one-hit wonder MMMbop?
It might not scream suave and sophisticated but at least it saves you having to explain your love for cheesy 90's pop on the first date.
Tinder has said that the new service will allow a more sensory experience that will help you to find better matches, as your musical preferences will now also be taken in to consideration when matches come up.
Perhaps it's not all that bad?
The service allows you to change your 'Anthem' on a daily basis.
So if your predilection for progressive grime isn't working out for you, you can change your tastes and watch the matches roll in.
Next on the playlist, best of Britney!?