On October 16, 2014, Tagged performed a number of changes at the corporate level, including acquiring the social messaging startup Tinode and naming its co-founders, Dash Gopinath and Gene Sokolov, to the positions of chief product officer and senior vice president of engineering respectively.
Tagged also announced that its parent company would be re-named Ifwe, Inc.
(stylized If(we), and that the company overall would focus on becoming an incubator for new mobile software, although it will continue to run Tagged and Hi5.
Users can also see which other users have recently viewed their profile.
They can also sort videos by most viewed, top rated, and most liked, and send virtual gifts to their friends.
Virtual gifts are bought with "gold" which users buy with actual money or receive by completing special offers or tasks.
There are chat rooms where users engage in real time online chat according to their age and mood.
Designed to facilitate relationships and dating, Tagged allows users to send and receive notifications for "Luv", "Winks", and "Meet Me", a rating engine that allows users to rate the attractiveness of photos submitted by others.
On October 30, 2009, Tagged announced a simpler signup process.
Tagged developed a mobile version of its site in April 2011, making Tagged more usable by smartphones with a mobile internet browser.
This version allows users to send and receive friend requests, play games, and send messages.
As of October 2011, Tagged had 150 employees, an increase from 55 employees at the beginning of 2011.