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So I am currently developing this app that shows you ads and you swipe right if interested and left if not. When thinking about how to present the ads, instead of an 'infinite scroll' I thought it would make for a better user experience to show three, let they make decisions and then advance to the next set of ads.

I want to make sure the user understands that by giving they three options it doesn't mean that you can only choose one, but you can choose all three or none of them. What are some good ways of improving my scenes in this regard?

Here's how my app looks, with some example data

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(The space at the bottom is intentional, I am thinking of what to add there)

Any kind of tip is appreciated, thanks!

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  • If someone swiped to be 'interested' what happens? Dec 21, 2018 at 15:27
  • @DarrylGodden a chat between whoever posted the ad and whoever swiped is created.
    – Levon
    Dec 21, 2018 at 17:25
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    Is there any specific reason why you think displaying 3 ads are user-friendly than an infinite scrolling?
    – Gagsy
    Dec 21, 2018 at 18:56
  • @Gagsy from personal experience, when there is an infinite scroll there is too much information to bear. I think that by displaying 3 ads I let the user focus on those three without worrying about the others. I would love to hear what is your opinion on that. Thanks.
    – Levon
    Dec 21, 2018 at 19:25
  • What's your plan if the person isn't available to chat, or are we talking more off-line messaging than 'chats?' Dec 22, 2018 at 6:53

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Create one button at the bottom that will contextually be labeled "Next ->" or "Skip These ->" depending on whether the visitor has made a selection of one or more of the three items or not.

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