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What do the icons means on Snapchat?

What do the icons means on Snapchat?

Emojis appear next to Snapchat contact names and have the following meanings: 🌟 Gold Star — Someone has replayed this person’s snaps in the past 24 hours. They must have something interesting to show. 💛 Yellow Heart — You are #1 best friends (#1 BFs) with each other.

Why does Snapchat look different on Android?

Following is a transcript of the video. Snapchat found a way around developing too many different versions of their Android app. Instead of taking an actual photo with your actual camera, the app just takes a screengrab of your camera view.

What do all the icons mean on Snapchat?

Message status icons Snapchat also has color-coded icons that give you an at-a-glance rundown of your message status — as long as you know what they mean. The icons above will show up on your Friends screen, indicating the status of the most recent Snap or Chat you’ve sent. From left to right, they mean:

What do symbols and emojis mean on Snapchat?

Most of these features use symbols and icons to represent different meanings. Snapchat symbols are emojis and icons used to represent relationships with your friends, status of your snaps — sent and received — and other important information. You can tell a lot about your Snapchat friends if you understand the meaning of these symbols.

What does the Purple sceenshot icon on Snapchat mean?

When the purple sceenshot icon appears, it means that someone has taken a screenshot of your snap that contains audio. The blue double arrows means that someone took a screenshot of a chat you sent. Replay icons appear when someone replays your snaps. Replays aren’t readily available in Snapchat. You get one replay in a 24 hour period.

How does the status of a Snapchat message work?

Whenever you send or receive a Snap, the icons being displayed in the conversation list on the Chat screen will not only give you the status of the message, but a hint as to its contents as well. Snaps that haven’t been viewed are solid, while Snaps that are outlined means they’ve already been seen.