How to use Snapchat and keep all your snaps private
Send snaps and keep your friends happy
Earlier on it was impossible to disguise snaps that you sent to your friends from the list. Everyone could see incoming snaps and literally, keep track of your activity. More often than not, Snapchat became a reason for conflicts between best friends because of jealousy. It was easy to feel unneeded and neglected.Today, Snapchat offers a new private way to share snaps between users. New Friend Emojis will tell you about all incoming snaps. Take a look at some of the meanings of Snapchat.
- Big Gold Heart is an emoji that is commonly used to identify the closest person from the buddy list;
- Grit teeth is another friendly icon that shows that you’ve got one mutual friend. This icon detects a person who just like you sends snaps to the same buddy from your friend’s list.
- Smile - is an indicator of one of your best friends;
- Smirk shows that you’re the best friend of contacts but they are not yours;
- Fire is an icon that shows that during a few consecutive days you and your friend have been sending snaps back and forth.
Don't open Panora's box anymore
Earlier it was impossible to turn off the way people viewed your profile and monitored who and how many you sent snaps to. Snapchat used to be a real Pandora’s box. Romantic couples and best friends fell out over snaps that have been sent to other people for jealousy and mistrust. If someone didn’t find him/herself in the buddy list of a contact, he/she would seriously question their friendship. Now Snapchat hid the brief instruction manual for Friend Emojis. In addition it motivates users to send more snaps to people who you haven’t been in contact with for a long time.