Snapchat revealed another update loaded with new plans and highlights this week, however users didn’t appear to be excited about this new update, instead everyone wants the old one back.
Stories are never again requested sequentially. Rather they are positioned in view of your latest connections. It additionally makes a couple of more moves to rewatch a story. The alternative to rewatch a post isn’t accessible directly in the wake of survey. You now need to go to the user’s profile to get a moment top.
Besides, the friends section now contains snaps, coordinate messages and gathering visits all on one page instead of partitioned ones as previously. Also, to deal with your own particular stories, you now need to tap the Snapchat logo to get to the camera and to see your story and erased snaps.
As the modifications showed up, numerous took to social media to express their dismay. A few said they despised it, responding with GIFs and emoticons.
I don’t tweet ever. But this #snapchatupdate is horrible. @Snapchat please change it back! I’m begging you. I didn’t want this update, just woke up to it. PEOPLE, DO NOT UPDATE. I REPEAT, DO NOT UPDATE!
— Leneh98 (@LeneHermans) January 30, 2018
Do not update snapchat! It is a horrible design. Stories are mixed in with your snaps. pic.twitter.com/iabgXi7k1i
— Skylar North (@BigDaddySkylar) February 7, 2018
PSA DONT DOWNLOAD THE NEW SNAPCHAT
RT TO SAVE A LIFE or you’ll regret it
— melissa♕ (@melissamehlhaff) February 7, 2018
Looks like I’ll never watch anyone’s Snapchat Stories anymore bc idk where they are
— John Garrett (@johnnyrankin_) February 7, 2018
— Virgil Henderson (@Coach_Rev) February 7, 2018
Does anyone else hate the new Snapchat update
— Andrew Haden (@AndOneAndy) February 7, 2018
who was in charge at Snapchat headquarters for this new design? Who’s responsible? I just wanna talk…. pic.twitter.com/HYatW9mIvZ
— queen (@TheQueenBLife) February 7, 2018
*new Snapchat update*
Snapchat: “YAHH SOMETHING NEW!”
the world: pic.twitter.com/wQWLelfDLd
— Gabe Erwin (@gabe) February 7, 2018