The You Tube video also presents the company’s in-app video chat feature.
"We want to get you in the tent," Langston told CNBC."If you're going to take 10 questions, if that's the number you think you can stand to get through, then you're going to get matches that are less compatible." Langston added that as you answer more questions, they can provide "better matches." Despite evolving the company, he insisted he's not changing "what we're doing or the mission of the company.We're always about trying to find you your last first date." A recent e Harmony poll found the most important attribute men and women cite is "sense of humor," followed by "kindness…charisma" and "intrigue." Langston says it's more than that."Truth of matter is you just need a lot of [those qualities].