Video chat service Chatroulette—which a handful of artists have used as a promotional vehicle in recent months—introduced new features this week designed to help users better find appropriate partners to chat with.

At launch, the service just randomly connected users from across the world. But the influx of users interested more in exhibitionism turned off more users than it turned on. The new features are designed to filter users’ interest in the site to specific uses so better matches can be made.
Channelroulette filters users into specific areas of interest, the current leading topic being “sex,” of course. But users can create their own filter, such as “music.” The other feature is Localroulette, which limits connections to users in the same country.

As of May the site still had more than 1 million unique monthly users, according to Compete.