Inside a chat, one tap on the video camera icon (rather than holding for a GIF) will send a video chat request.
Once the friend accepts, the chat starts — but you still have access to sending text and photo Snaps too.
While recording, you can drag the Video Note to the red X if you want to delete it and try again.
(You can also leave Voice Notes by tapping and holding the phone icon while chatting with a friend.) Snapchat isn’t limited to text and photo chats.
Snapchat isn’t just for one-on-one conversations — group chats allow you to chat with up to 16 people.
When starting a new chat or sending a Snap, just add multiple people to the message to create a group.
When used, the reference to the right holder and the source of borrowing is mandatory.
To find the custom Bitmojis, tap the sticker option and search for what emotion or item you’re looking for.
When a Bitmoji option is available, you’ll see a smile icon and a simple tap will access the custom option.
The app’s video chat feature allows you to connect with friends in real time.
The same lenses available in the Snapchat camera can also be used during the video chat if, you know, you need to spruce things up with some puking rainbows or puppy dog faces.
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Snapchat has a high percentage of users snapping a photo with the in-app camera, but images you’ve previously shot can be sent on the social network, too.