Should I add it on Snapchat 1
Apps / software Snapchat - who added me?
With Snapchat you can add friends and acquaintances as contacts. Either you send them a friend request or get one sent yourself. The app shows you whether your friend request has been accepted or whether you want to add someone as a contact. We'll show you how to find out who added you on Snapchat:
How to find out who added you on Snapchat
Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.
quick start Guide
- First, open your Snapchat app on your smartphone. If you are not yet logged in, you must do so now.
- Now tap on the small one in the top left Snapchat icon (Ghost symbol).
- You will be on your personal home page where you can see if someone has added you. In addition, the number in front of "Added me"shows how many people you want to add as contacts or have accepted your friend request.
- Tap on "Added me"to find out who would like to add you as a contact. Click on" + Adden "to accept the request. If you received the friend request, you will only receive a notification that your request has been accepted.
- Now you can exchange snaps with your new contact or chat with them.
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