Flash decision from the popular app! temporarily closed

Social media app Bumble has announced that its staff are temporarily closing all of their offices to combat stress.

A senior executive explained on Twitter that co-founder Whitney Wolfe Herd had made the move “with an accurate sense of our mass burnout.”


Bumble had a busier year than most companies, with its market debut and rapid growth in user numbers. The app gained popularity during the pandemic.

The number of paid users on Bumble and Badoo increased by 30 percent in the three months to March 31, compared to the same period last year.


The holiday announcement comes after several tech companies announced plans to work remotely as the economy reopens.

Twitter, for example, said that while Jack Dorsey initially said his employees could work from home “forever”, he expects most of his employees to spend some time working remotely and at the office for a while.

And Google changed the timeline to bring people back to the workplace. Employees wishing to work from home for more than 14 days a year from September 1 will need to apply for it.

Apple employees, meanwhile, launched a campaign against boss Tim Cook’s plans for a widespread return to the office. Apple CEO has said that employees should be at the office at least three days a week until September.