Signing up for MalaysianCupid may be lengthy. You need to use your email address to create a new account. After that, you will be asked to upload your profile photo. This, as per MalaysianCupid, will ensure you ten times the attention.
Next is the personality test. It starts with you writing a brief description of yourself and the person you are looking for on the website. Appear in more search results or find more matches when you complete your profile. Editing your profile comes in seven sections: Photos, Profile, Match, Interest, Personality, CupidTags, and Verify Profile.
One to notice is the CupidTags section. Pick five words from the pool of popular CupidTags and click ‘Submit’. By setting up five CupidTags, your matches multiply.
You are encouraged to upload at least five photos in the photos section. While the profile section includes more questions about you, the match section contains the questions about your match. The interest and personality sections have more questions about you. The last section, which is Verify Profile, is an identity confirmation wherein you will attach any of the following government-issued IDs: passport, driver’s license, or National ID Card.
After completing your profile, you will be taken to the home page, where you will see online members. Every picture includes the name, age, country, gender of the match, and that person’s age range.