Inactive Snapchat: The app stops working because users can’t send snapshots or open messages

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Inactive Snapchat: The app stops working because users can't send snapshots or open messages

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Snapchat has stopped working for users around the world.

Tens of thousands of people reported problems with the application, according to the health tracker of the Downdetector website.

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It led to the term ‘Snapchat down’ to trend in social networks, as users rushed to understand what was wrong.

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Snapchat tweeted: “We are aware that some Snapchatters are having trouble using the application. Wait, we are working on it.”

It is not the first time there have been problems with the application in recent months, with another major interruption in October.

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1/12 Shoot 60 second snapshots

Android and iOS users can record up to 60 seconds of Snapchat footage with Multi-Snap (the previous limit was 10 seconds). All you need to do is press and hold the Record button and keep it pressed for 60 seconds. Snapchat will divide the footage into 10-second segments, which you can edit individually, although your recording will play continuously when you send it to your friends or add it to your Story.

2/12 Draw with emoji

You can draw with emoji instead of normal digital brush strokes by touching the pen icon after taking a picture and then pressing the symbol under the color palette.

3/12 Create your own Geofilter

You can create your own Geofilters, for occasions such as weddings and birthdays, or even for places that are special to you. Go to Settings, press Geofilters on demand and choose when and where you want it to appear.

4/12 Use multiple filters

Once you have applied a filter to your complement, touch and hold the screen with one finger and slide with another to place another filter on top.

5/12 Save data

You can reduce the amount of data Snapchat uses when you enable travel mode. Find it by sliding down from the camera’s main screen, going to Settings and scrolling down to Manage Preferences.

6/12 Understand Emoji

From here, you can also learn what those emoji that appear next to the names of your friends mean. Change the ones you want to change by touching them.

7/12 Message symbols

It’s also useful to understand what Snapchat’s arrows and squares of different colors mean, so you’re no longer sure if you can open a message in public or not.

8/12 Snapcodes

Create your own Snapcode GIF by sliding down from the camera’s main screen and pressing the Snapchat icon and then the camera button.

9/12 Collect trophies

You can find out how many Snapchat trophies you’ve won by tapping the trophy icon on your Snapcode. You can unlock more by trying new things with the app.

10/12 Hide things you don’t like

The Featured section is definitely one of the worst features of Snapchat. Fortunately, you can hide stories that you don’t care to see by touching and holding them, then selecting Hide Story.

11/12 Snap Map

Snap Map caused a lot of controversy when it was launched, with people fearing that the function could expose children to danger. You can access it by pinching the camera screen and hiding from other Snapchat users by touching the Settings icon and enabling Ghost Mode.

12/12 Share music

You can Shazam a song inside Snapchat by touching and holding the camera screen. Once you identify it, you can share the song with your friends.

1/12 Shoot 60 second snapshots

Android and iOS users can record up to 60 seconds of Snapchat footage with Multi-Snap (the previous limit was 10 seconds). All you need to do is press and hold the Record button and keep it pressed for 60 seconds. Snapchat will divide the footage into 10-second segments, which you can edit individually, although your recording will play continuously when you send it to your friends or add it to your Story.

2/12 Draw with emoji

You can draw with emoji instead of normal digital brush strokes by touching the pen icon after taking a picture and then pressing the symbol under the color palette.

3/12 Create your own Geofilter

You can create your own Geofilters, for occasions such as weddings and birthdays, or even for places that are special to you. Go to Settings, press Geofilters on demand and choose when and where you want it to appear.

4/12 Use multiple filters

Once you have applied a filter to your complement, touch and hold the screen with one finger and slide with another to place another filter on top.

5/12 Save data

You can reduce the amount of data Snapchat uses when you enable travel mode. Find it by sliding down from the camera’s main screen, going to Settings and scrolling down to Manage Preferences.

6/12 Understand Emoji

From here, you can also learn what those emoji that appear next to the names of your friends mean. Change the ones you want to change by touching them.

7/12 Message symbols

It’s also useful to understand what Snapchat’s arrows and squares of different colors mean, so you’re no longer sure if you can open a message in public or not.

8/12 Snapcodes

Create your own Snapcode GIF by sliding down from the camera’s main screen and pressing the Snapchat icon and then the camera button.

9/12 Collect trophies

You can find out how many Snapchat trophies you’ve won by tapping the trophy icon on your Snapcode. You can unlock more by trying new things with the app.

10/12 Hide things you don’t like

The Featured section is definitely one of the worst features of Snapchat. Fortunately, you can hide stories that you don’t care to see by touching and holding them, then selecting Hide Story.

11/12 Snap Map

Snap Map caused a lot of controversy when it was launched, with people fearing that the function could expose children to danger. You can access it by pinching the camera screen and hiding from other Snapchat users by touching the Settings icon and enabling Ghost Mode.

12/12 Share music

You can Shazam a song inside Snapchat by touching and holding the camera screen. Once you identify it, you can share the song with your friends.

Social media applications often experience difficulties when they are flooded with traffic, suggesting that the last interruption could be the result of New Year’s revelers overloading the application.

Downdetector recorded problems in Europe, the United States and Australia.

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