I'm working on a browser-based tool that allows users to interact with other users they are matched with. Relationships between users progress in a linear fashion along a series of states, initiated when a user requests to be connected with another user.
In the interface of the tool, a user can view all of the users they're matched with, regardless of the state of their relationship.
I'd like to allow users to navigate to a filtered version of this view that shows only users they have not yet requested a connection with, but I'm having trouble with what to call it.
"Unconnected Matches" isn't quite right. "Unconnected" carries unwanted connotations of having once been connected in the past.
Ideally the phrase would follow the pattern: adjective + "matches".
This phrase would only live in a tab in the interface and not in a sentence anywhere, but if it helps with context, here's another way to think about it:
This is a list of your _______ matches. You can request to be connected with any of them.
Any good alternatives? I was pointed this direction from ux.stackexchange.com.