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Pocket-lint is supported by its readers. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Pocket-lint - Nine months after Snapchat overhauled its chat experienceit has launched a new chat feature: Groups.
Groups is basically a way for you to chat in groups. Snapchat said it announced the feature just in time for the holidays because it's a "great time to hang out with friends and spend time with family".
With Groups, you can communicate with up to 16 friends at once in Snapchat. Snapchat is a photo- and video-messaging app. It is unique in that all photos and videos only last a brief amount of time before they disappear forever, making the app ephemeral in nature, though you can take a screenshot of all the snaps you receive to save them in picture form. You can also save your own snaps before sending them to friends or you story. You can learn more about Snapchat from Pocket-lint's in-depth guide.
Group are a lot like one-on-one chats, but they can include up to 16 group members. Also, chats sent to a group are deleted by default after 24 hours.
Snaps sent to a group can be opened and replayed just once by each recipient, but then it'll be deleted after 24 hours as well. Simply open the Chat screen and tap on the New Chat icon. Then, pick a few friends, and tap Chat.
To send snaps directly to a group after taking a snap, tap the send button, and choose a group in the Send To screen. Everyone in the group will be able to see that you sent the snap, as well as who's read it. If you choose to leave, the snaps and chats you sent will be cleared, even if someone saved them in chat. When someone opens a snap, their name will appear below it in chat.
Chats and snaps will be deleted after 24 hours unless saved. Also, snaps sent to a group can be opened and replayed once by each recipient. Tap any name at the bottom of a group chat to start a one-on-one chat with that person.
You can always return to the group in one swipe. Learn more Home Apps App news Snapchat app news. Why you can trust Pocket-lint. Writing by Elyse Betters. Originally published on 14 December Recommended for you.Snapchat groups to add
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Snapchat Groups: Here's how to use the new group chat feature