Like other social media platforms, Snapchat is more fun when you have more friends to use it with. It has different features that make it easy and quick for people to add friends.
When someone adds you, you might get a message saying, “in a group with you.” So, what’s the meaning? Let’s see
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What Does “In a group with me” Mean on Snapchat?
“In a group with me” on Snapchat means that the person who sent you a friend request is already part of a group chat in which you are also participating. This tool makes finding people you know through the same social circles easy.
Snapchat tries to make users feel like they know each other by showing the number of friends they have in common and the “In a group with me” message.
Snapchat first added this feature in 2020, but after testing it and getting user feedback, they took it away. But it has since made a comeback and is now being used again.
It’s important to remember that the “In a group with me” advice might not always be correct. It usually means that the sender is part of a group chat with you, but sometimes the message doesn’t appear correct or match how the group works.
How to Make a Group Chat on Snapchat iPhone and Android?
Whether you’re using Snapchat on your PC or smartphone, starting a group chat and adding your friends is easy. You can chat with up to 100 people at once on Snapchat.
Whether you’re using an iPhone or an Android, the way to start a group chat on Snapchat is the same. Here’s what you need to do:
- Open the Chat tab in the Snapchat app and look at the bottom of the Chat screen to find the chat icon.
- Tap “New Group” and, if you want, give the group a name. This step is not required.
- Go to your contacts list and choose the friends you want to add.
- Tap “Chat with Group” once you’ve chosen the people you want to talk to.
- You were able to set up the group chat. You can now start sending texts to the group as a whole. It’s important to know that if no messages are sent to the group after it’s created, Snapchat will automatically delete it. You must create a new group to keep talking with the same people.
Tips for Group Chat on Snapchat
There are a few important things you should know about Snapchat groups. When you add someone to a Snapchat group, you can’t take them out like you can with other texting apps. Here are some helpful tips about group chats on Snapchat:
- Messages sent in a group chat are instantly deleted after 24 hours if no group member has saved them.
- If you press and hold on to a group chat message, you can see who has read it and saved it and do other things connected to it.
- When a group member opens a snap in the group chat, their name will appear below the snap, showing that they have seen it.
- To talk about or tag a specific group member in a group chat, type their display name or ‘@’ followed by their username. It will tell them about your message and get their attention.
These tips can help you find your way around Snapchat group talks and get the most out of them so that you can communicate and interact with the other people in the group.
How to ignore a friend request
If you don’t want to be friends with someone who adds you from a group chat, it’s easy to ignore it. No one will tell the person.
- Tap the picture of your Profile.
- Press ‘Add Friends.’
- Click the ‘x’ next to the Snapchatter’s name in the ‘Added Me’ sections.
- Tap ‘Ignore.’
If they keep trying to add you, click on their Bitmoji and tap the three dots in the upper right corner to stop them. Press Block, then. Now, they won’t be able to see your picture or ask to be your friend.
It is the end of the blog, and I hope you now know what it means when someone says, “In a group with me” on Snapchat. Now it’s up to you to decide if you want to accept and befriend their friend request. And yeah, if you have any more questions about Snapchat or how it works, you can leave a comment below.
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