If you’ve been on a FaceTime date, you’re well aware that while it’s the closest you can get to an in-person hang, it’s an entirely *unique* experience. You have all kinds of special considerations to make, like setting the right mood in your environment, figuring out when to end the call, and finding ways to flirt when you’re not in the same physical space together. Some people struggle under these circumstances, while others just naturally excel at it. So, which Myers-Briggs personality types make great FaceTime dates? You might be surprised to discover that they only share one trait in common.
It's easy to assume that extroverts have a leg up on a FaceTime dates because they become energized from being around others. That said, sometimes energy simply doesn’t translate when you’re not in the same room with someone, so introverts can easily be just as engaging during a virtual chat. The one preference that does seem to come into play here is Feeling. Feelers tend to be more inclined to openly share their thoughts and feelings, as well as more in tune with their date’s state of mind, which can obviously come in handy when you’re seeking to spark a love connection.
There's no denying that FaceTime dates come with their own challenges — like potential connectivity issues or other technical difficulties — but if you can hop on a call with one of the following personality types, you're in good hands.