This brings me to one of the positive aspects of my Yearbook, Causes.
Members can donate their lunch money to real charities.
SKOUT was one of the first dating and mobile people discovery applications to emphasize generalized user location.
Members can also enter sexual orientation, body type, height, political views, ethnicity, children, religion, income, living situation, smoker or drinker. My Yearbook requires real names and members can link to their Facebook profile. Users can share as much or as little profile information as they wish.SKOUT extended its services from 14 languages to 16 languages including Malay and Vietnamese in 2016.SKOUT has received million in investment from Andreessen Horowitz and has been funded by early-stage investors including Jan Brandt, former vice chair of AOL; Jarl Mohn, founding president and CEO of Liberty Digital; and Hans Akerblom, founder and chair of Scandinavian Leadership AB.Live Feed is how users communicate and meet new people on my Yearbook.
Members can send their new friends gifts by using my Yearbook’s virtual currency, Lunch Money.
By default, all profiles are available for other members to view but members can change their settings to restrict who can view their profile.