It will be both! Keepler goes beyond the match to help you discover what’s important to you in a partner, identify past patterns that might not be serving you, and move forward with confidence and optimism — all ingredients for a deeply authentic and meaningful relationship! After you’ve activated the “Open to Dating” toggle switch in your profile (coming soon!), you can match, chat, and meet up with people—and the Community will always be there to support you with advice, expert guidance, and the tools you need to create wonderful connections. Tools include: one-on-one coaching, matchmaking, Keepler-created content (including audio, video, and articles), as well as a safe, low pressure environment to organically connect with other folks on a similar journey.
Our “Open to Dating” feature is coming soon! If you’re a member of Keepler, you will get a notification when this feature launches. If you’re not yet a member, scroll down to sign up with your email to get updated on cool stuff happening at Keepler!
The Community is always available to you through the app. The first time you sign in to Community, you’ll be asked to create a Community profile. You can revise your Community profile at any time by clicking on the pen icon in the profile. From there you can edit your bio, location, and other profile info.
The Community is open to those at every stage of their dating journey: actively dating, not currently dating, in a relationship of any kind, and those still figuring it out. You can follow and connect with individual experts and content creators, post in groups, ask and reply to questions, share stories, and attend events. It’s pretty rad.
We released Keepler on iOS first and the Android version is in development. You can sign up on our Android Waitlist to be notified of new releases, features, events, and other awesome happenings at Keepler.
Sign up at keepler.com to be notified when Keepler comes out with cool new features and events—we can’t wait to hear your feedback on what we’re building!
Bugs do happen (we’re all human, after all!). You can either shake your phone while in the app and a reporting feature will appear where you can screenshot the bug or send additional feedback. Alternatively, you can also take your own screenshot of the issue and send it to us with a description at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by tapping the envelope icon on the Profile screen, and we will get right on it. In the future, there will be a channel within the app where you can share bugs, ideas, and suggestions.
That’s fantastic—we’d love to hear about it! Send us a message describing your idea at email@example.com or by tapping the envelope icon on the Profile screen, and we’ll check it out. In the future, there will be a channel within the app where you can share bugs, ideas, and suggestions.
Feedback helps us create the best experience for you and other Keeplers—please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or just tap the envelope on the Profile screen! In the future, there will be a channel within the app where you can share bugs, ideas, and suggestions.
When you download the Keepler app, you will be guided through an onboarding process. Unless you sign in with Apple, the app will ask for your email address, which will never be shared with any other users of the app. We ask for this information for verification and safety purposes. You can also opt in to communications from Keepler about new features, events, and other awesome stuff!
When the “Open to Dating” feature is live, we will ask for your phone number when you sign up to date. This helps verify that everyone is a real user, and helps keep everyone safe.
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get right on it.
Nope. We never share your email or phone number with other members.
We want to create as safe a space for Keeplers as possible. While we can’t prevent every bad actor from acting badly, we use email and phone as proxies for personal verification. We only want people who are whom they say they are on Keepler—authenticity is paramount! Review the Keepler Values at keepler.com.
There are certain things you can toggle on and off. For example, you can show or hide your location. We’ll never display your email address, phone number, or any location information other than your city. You can always opt out of sharing your location should you prefer that information be kept private.
Absolutely! Just go to your profile, click on the pen icon, and start revising.
Keepler is designed to support and inspire you throughout your entire self-exploration and dating journey. Our app makes it easy for you to discover the many facets of the Keepler Community—for example, you will be able to toggle on or off whether you're “Open to Dating." This feature gives you the unique opportunity to connect more intimately and naturally in a safe, transparent, and low pressure community environment whenever you want.
Just accepted a request to connect with someone and don’t know how to begin the conversation? Explore the Community for various tips!
What’s unique about “Open to Dating” (coming soon!) is that you aren’t just a static, two-dimensional profile. Your activity in the Community shows, rather than tells, potential matches who you are. With Keepler, there's no need to stress about creating the “perfect profile.” Just show up as yourself in your Community, and the right people will reach out if you’re open to dating.
“Open to Dating” provides you with a unique opportunity to test out new approaches to connection, and we’re here for you every step of the way!
While other dating apps provide the matching platform, you’re on your own once you’ve made that match. Keepler understands that the match is only the beginning—now it’s really time to figure out who you are, what you want, build on your connection skills, and find your person. Additionally, this is an app that isn’t made to be deleted after you’ve found your person. Community allows you to continue developing yourself, to connect with others on their journeys, and to give and receive advice on all things dating and relationship.
You don’t have to be actively dating in order to join and find value in Community. In fact, even after you’ve found your person, Community is there to continue to support you throughout the relationship with original content, access to coaches, and the wisdom of daters like you! While you don’t have to participate in Community while you date, popping over from time to time might yield some gems.
As in most relationships, the more you put into it, the more you get out! Engaging with our expert content, responding to member posts with advice and compassion, as well as setting the intention for self growth will put you on the right path toward finding the person who’s right for you.
When you open the app, you’ll be led through a series of onboarding questions to get you started. Once you fill out a basic profile and agree to uphold the Community values and guidelines, you’ll be able to join groups, follow expert content, and post!
You can request to create a group by filling out the request form. Groups are overseen by our Community Team and they will review your request and share with you the ins and outs of how to manage it. If you request to create a group, you can simultaneously indicate whether or not you are interested in leading that group! The group is more likely to be approved if you have a leader in mind. Keepler aims to be community-led, and our goal is to ensure that Keeplers are empowered to direct their experience within the Community.
The Keepler Community has been primarily created for friendship, support, and self-growth. However, if someone has an “Open to Dating” (coming soon…) badge on their profile, that means they are open to being approached. The guidelines for reaching out to someone as a potential match are exactly the same as in the Dating portal: be culturally aware and respectful of boundaries, send no explicit content, and be brave! Review our Guidelines at keepler.com/playbook!
We have a zero tolerance policy for intolerance, cruelty, racism, sexism, or inappropriate content. You can report a user by clicking the report button, and/or you can send us an email with screenshots at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find our full Code of Conduct HERE (it’s a great read!).
Click on your Profile and tap Edit. From there, you’ll be able to toggle “Open to Date” on or off, which means you have control over what kind of DM you receive. If someone violates these boundaries (like sending a flirty message or asking you on a date when you did not consent), you can Block and Report that person, as well as let the Community Team know at email@example.com.
We’re hard at work finding the best dating coaches and relationship experts out there. We hope to release the coaching feature by late summer; opt into updates from Keepler at keepler.com —we can’t wait to share what we’ve been building with you!
While we are sad to see you go, we understand that not every relationship is forever. Just go to your Account Settings and click “Delete Account.” If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to hear it; otherwise, you’re all set! If you ever want to rejoin, we’ll be here.
The Keepler Community Playbook can be found at keepler.com/playbook.
The Community Guidelines can be found HERE.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Your experience here at Keepler is the most important thing to us, and we want to make sure you get all the information you need to succeed!
Our enforcement policy was crafted in order to protect members like you. The purpose of our enforcement policy is to maintain safety and trust within the Keepler Community and those you come into contact with both on and offline. Imperfections are real and infractions happen. We understand that misspeaking, misunderstanding, and misperception can happen on the journey of connecting with others. Here is a breakdown of our enforcement policy:
Step One: A written warning detailing the infraction as well as why it’s unacceptable.
Step Two: A second infraction will result in removal from the Community.
If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to report behavior, please attach a screenshot or direct link to the infraction and share with our team here: email@example.com.
Vitriol directed at someone on the basis of their identity or membership in a particular group.
Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.
Presenting a false version of yourself online, either with fake or extremely doctored photos or fraudulent profile information, in order to lure someone into dating you. (This is why we verify!)