If you’re finding it difficult to choose between a geofilter and one of Snapchat’s photo filters, good news is you don’t have to choose one. To use a combination, swipe over your photo as you normally it would add the first filter.
Then, hold down on the screen with one finger and precisely swipe over the photo with another finger in order to add the second filter. This may take many tries to position your fingers correctly, but the result is using two filters simultaneously.
You can secure your account by using two way verification
To add an extra wall of security to your Snapchat account, enable the login verification. After you do so, you won’t be able to log in to your account from a new device until you enter a code that will be sent to you via SMS.
Go to the app’s settings and then select “login verification” to set this feature up. You can also change the number associated with your account, if you prefer to get verification codes sent to an alternate number then you can also do that.
You can edit the names that your friends will see in chat
You can now easily view a friend’s Snapchat details from within a chat. Tap the menu in the upper-left hand corner to in order to get a quick look at your contact’s Snapchat score and Snapcode. You can also edit the contact’s name, block them or remove them from the conversation.
Editing a contact’s name can be a helpful step to the way Snapchat arranges the contacts, particularly if you have a long list of Snapchat friends. Add an “a_” before names you want to appear on top in your friends list to eliminate the unnecessary scrolling when you’re deciding who to send a snap to. And it’ll save your time also.
Turn on travel mode on to save your data
Anyone who uses Snapchat a lot knows that the app consumes the battery a lot. But the app has a built-in feature that conserves your precious data: travel mode.
After getting enabled, the feature prevents snaps and stories from downloading automatically. Instead of that, users have to choose when they want to load a snap or a story. Go to the app’s settings, and find the “Additional Services” menu, select “Manage” to control when travel mode is on.
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