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April 03, 2018 ,
Snapchat Rolls Out Group Video Calling for Both Android and iOS Users
Snapchat, the controversial social media platform today released a couple of new features to its users across the globe. Snapchat, in a blog post, has announced the rollout of group video calling and the ability to tag friends. The latter could be the first feature it lifted from its rival Instagram. Tagging friends on the posts and stories are something Facebook and Instagram have been offering for years, but Snapchat has finally rolled out the tag feature.
Going forward, Snapchat users can tag their friends on the stories. And coming to the group video calling feature, a user can make a video call to 16 members at the same time. To start a group video call, users have to press the video call button in the group of people of they can simply lift the call when someone initiates the group call. If you take the lead and initiate a video call, every member of the group will receive a notification about the call.
And the best part of this group video calling is that you can use all the filters and lenses while on a call, which makes the conversation appealing. “Today, we’re making Chat even more fun. Now you can video chat with up to 16 of your friends at one time. Just tap the video camera icon in a Group Chat to get your friends together! Friends in the Group Chat will receive a notification inviting them to join,” said Snapchat is the blog post.
Snapchat has added the ability to turn off your camera when on the call and still you can carry on the call with your voice only. And if you want to place only a voice call, you can do that by hitting the phone icon from the group page, and Snapchat is limiting only 32 people to join the audio call, while for video call, the number is limited to 16. Instagram also appears to be working on video calling feature. As stated, both the features are being rolled to all the Snapchat users in the next one week.

March 23, 2018 ,
Snapchat Introduces Map Explore Feature for Both Android and iOS Users
Snapchat has rolled out a new update called ‘Map Explore’ which will let users know about what is happening with their friends on their Snap map. The Snap map will show the updates by the user’s friends when their friends allow the app to access their location.
Along with the ‘Our Story’ updates which the users usually do, the breaking news and other events which make their way to the top of Snapchat’s content will also be shown on the Snap map, depending on the location. This new feature might supposedly breathe life back onto the Snap platform by bringing an update which hasn’t been implemented on any other app before, especially after their latest update that merged the story and messaging section together, sadly it was the same update which the users didn’t like. The Snap Map Explore is going to help users explore their friends’ stories and the content which they post while being in their proximity. You can also see what is happening elsewhere in the world on the Snapchat platform as the feature allows finding content and the navigation on Snap map fairly easy.
The updates and stories start appearing automatically on the map once the user stars sharing their location. Snapchat also added a statement while explaining the function of the new feature ‘(the updates are) inferred from the locations they open the app at.’ This means that if your friends have not opened the app since the last eight hours, the update will be gone form the Snap map. This ensures that Snapchat still keeps on walking on its mantra of more ‘real life’ communication. Users can access the feature by pinching out on the screen when they open the app.
Then by tapping on the new updates, button users can see the stories and content uploaded by other users by swiping horizontally. Snapchat also allows users to stop sharing their location by turning on the Ghost Mode which can be accessed through the settings menu on the app, present at the right-hand side of the map. The heavy users of Snapchat will be familiar with the concept of Snap map as Snapchat rolled out the feature last year however they have made the additions mentioned above this year only. Snap users can see their friends’ location on the Snap map in the form of their Bitmoji cartoon. The ‘Our Story’ section of the app houses the popular snaps which have been taken at a particular location.
These Our stories unlike the personal ones allow them to be embedded online and can prove to be a great way of sharing small format content. Many people had previously raised concerns regarding the location sharing the feature of the app since it made the sharing of the exact location for people extremely easy and given that a large user base of Snapchat consisted of kids and teenagers it was a serious issue at that time. However, Snap answered these question by citing that the location sharing feature was always optional and could always be turned off if the user wanted to.

March 04, 2018 , ,
How to use this little-known Snapchat feature
Did you know you can check where your friends are via Snapchat? Yes, there is a Snapchat feature that enables you to see other people’s locations on Snap Map. And yes, you are visible on it too, unless you turn it off. Snap Map uses your smartphone’s GPS to update your location on the app. Note that this feature isn’t new to Snapchat, but somehow, a lot of users still don’t know about it.
Here, we’ll tell you how you can check others’ location, and how you can turn this feature off in case you find it too intrusive. There is also an option of only sharing your location with select contacts. Here’s how you can see your friends’ locations:
Step 1: Open Snapchat
Step 2: Pinch your fingers on the Snap screen from the corners of the frame to the middle to open Snap Map.
Step 3: This will open the map of the world and will show your friends’ Bitmojis on locations where your friends are. However, note that you will not be able to see your friends’ locations if they have tightened privacy on the app. If you wish to have more privacy and not share your location with your contacts, or only share it with select contacts, here’s what you are supposed to do: Step 1: Open Snapchat Step 2: Open Snap Map by pinching your fingers on the Snap screen from the corners of the frame to the middle. Step 3: Select the ‘Settings’ icon on top right. This will take you to a page where you can select who you wish to disclose your location to.
Step 4: If you wish to go completely invisible on Snap Map, select ‘Ghost Mode’. You shall still be able to see yourself, but with the Ghost icon next to your Bitmoji. By doing this, no one else can see your location on Snapchat.
Step 5: If you want only your friends to see where you are, then chose the option ‘My Friends.’
Step 6: Click on ‘Select Friends’ if you want only some people among your Snapchat contacts to see where you are. This will open your Snapchat contacts and you just need to select the ones you wish to share your location with.

How to add friends on social media
Here's no fun of being on any social media platform without having lots of friends to interact with. The very purpose of any social media platform is to keep us connected to our loved ones. Be it sharing updates on Facebook, posting photos and videos on Instagram, telling the world our opinion on Twitter or making Stories on Snapchat -- it's not fun without friends. If you are new to any of these social networking platforms, here's a step-by-step guide on how you can add your friends:
Step 1: Click the search bar at the top of any page.
Step 2: Type your friend's name, email or mobile phone number in the search bar and click the search icon.
Step 3: If you don't see your friend, try clicking People.
Step 4: To send a friend request to someone, click Add Friend next to their profile picture.
Instagram Method 1 - Finding friends from Facebook or your contact list
Step 1: Go to your Instagram profile and type on the three dot icon.
Step 2: Scroll down to 'Follow People'
Step 3: Click on 'Facebook Friends' or 'Contacts' to find friends on Instagram from your Facebook friends list or contacts in your phone.
Step 4: Tap 'Follow' next to the profiles of people you want to see in your Instagram feed.
Method 2 - Searching for people
Step 1: Click on the Search icon at the bottom of the page. On doing this, a Search bar will pop up.
Step 2: Type the name of the person you wish to follow.
Step 3: If the person's profile did not appear, click on People.
Method 1 - Via username
Step 1: Open Snapchat
Step 2: Tap on the ghost icon at the top of the screen
Step 3: Select Add Friends
Step 4: Click Add by Username
Step 5: Type the username of the person and their profile will pop up
Step 6: Click on '+' icon to add them as a friend
Method 2 - Via contacts
The first three steps remain the same as adding via username
Step 4: After selecting Add Friends, click Add from Contacts
Step 5: This will show you people on your contact list who are on Snapchat, but aren't added
Step 6: You can scroll down to see who you wish to add and then add them using the '+' icon.
Method 3 - Via snapcode
Step 1: Get the picture of the person's Snapcode
Step 2: Tap on the ghost icon Step 3: Select Add Friends
Step 4: Click Add by Snapcode
Step 5: Select the photo from your camera roll that has your friend's Snapcode. The person will be automatically added.
Step 1: Click the search bar at the top of any page.
Step 2: Type your friend's name or username and click the search icon.
Step 3: If you don't see your friend, try clicking People.
Step 4: Press Follow next to people's profile to see updates from them on your Twitter feed.

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