Fundamentally its the same as Instagram, which is like Facebook without the written posts.
Except it’s temporary (the stories only stay for 24h even if people don’t view them). So you can post pics of your dog, kids or penis, doing funny things every day without it becoming an album like Facebook/Instagram.
Companies use it for advertising, usually in a slightly more candid/documentary style so a bike manufacturer might post up a lot of behind the scenes stuff during a dh race weekend etc.Posted 1 month ago
your to old for snapchat.
Without mentioning the percentage of grammar errors in this sentence (oops), eye am probably two old for Snapchat, but it is useful for one reason and one reason alone:
When you send or receive pictures over Snapchat they are not saved to your iPhone’s library, hence saving you the hassle of deleting all the crap people send you from too different places. (Whatsapp and normal texts save it all, which I find irritating).
Oh and Snapchat has those funny face filters – if you haven’t done a face-swap with someone, you really should try it sometime. It is very amusing for a short period.Posted 1 month ago
Or, if you are a female, make sure you post pictures on all your social media channels with your face overlaid with dog ears and nose and a big tongue hanging out.thisisnotaspoonMember
but it is useful for one reason and one reason alone:
When you send or receive pictures over Snapchat they are not saved to your iPhone’s library, hence saving you the hassle of deleting all the crap people send you from too different places.
Actually, they do get saved. You just can’t open them in snapchat more than once. So over time your phone fills up until you clear the app’s cache.
I had a very boring day watching people interview for a social media manager position so read up on it.Posted 1 month ago
Interesting info from Drac and tinas… shall investigate further!
Nope – can’t see any cache for Snapchat (100mb so not worth worrying about)
No setting to save text (sms or imessage) photos (or not)
and yet to find any settings at all for whatsapp… oh yeah, in the app – nothing whether or where to store pics. Can clear the cache though.Posted 1 month agocolournoiseSubscriber
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It is all about the Streaks. It is becoming an obsessive mental health issue for a few young people I work with. They have a constant fear of losing WiFi or phone signal and not being able to maintain their Streaks.
This. In a school that doesn’t allow students to have their phones on them during the school day watching them collect their phones at home time and keeping their streaks going is both fascinating and terrifying in equal measure…Posted 1 month ago
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