They date in person (offline), but they stay in touch online. Of course, couples dont chat on dating sites after spending months together. They do it over social media or messaging apps, but chatting online still counts as online dating.
When should I take an offline issue?
Lets take this offline has two common meanings. It is most frequently used to postpone a topic for later discussion, but the phrase can also be used by someone in power to end an uncomfortable interaction. Context is key to decipher what the phrase really means.
Can you take this offline?
In its most benign form, saying lets take this offline is the business jargon way of telling someone their discussion is off-topic or only applicable to a subset of the people present. It is viewed as a polite way of saying your topic has merit and should be discussed, but not right now in the current forum.