Sliding into the DMs (sending a direct message to someone on social media) is a phrase you’ve probably heard by now. Rappers, celebrities, and social media influencers have talked about it, and in some causes, been caught trying to slide into the DMs — but they are not the only ones who’ve done it.
Millennials have made virtual communication their go-to method of engaging people whom they’re interested in, both romantically, and platonically. Make no mistake, college kids usually direct message people they find attractive, but some of this is because, before now, there really hasn’t been a platform that offers a middle ground.
What is the middle ground?
Modern relationships (not speaking strictly dating) are complex because technology gives people endless social opportunities. However, at the same time, technology and media have also heightened the transparency surrounding relationships, and limiting their privacy. This is why there’s now a certain perceived standard of social saavy people have to meet — that is, especially true for dating.
But most people would love to have a meams, which fits into their schedule to quickly and seemlessly access their peers — without coming across creepy by “sliding into the DMs.”
Studyhubb provides a solution to this problem. Students can get to know their peers and approach them naturally. The social context of Studyhubb will help students perform better in school, and depressurize social situations by allowing people to connect organically
It’s as simple as, “Hey, wanna study?”
(include something about how people want to do activities with people who are like-minded)