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How to see who added you as a friend on Snapchat in 2 ways

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Snapchat is a popular photo and video app that lets users add filters, captions, and more to messages designed to disappear once they’re viewed.

Like most social media, Snapchat allows you to add friends so you can exchange personal messages within your network. But how can you tell when someone adds you on Snapchat?

Whether you have an iPhone or an Android, the process for seeing who added you on Snapchat is exactly the same. 

Here’s how to do it. 

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How to see who added you on Snapchat 

1. Open the Snapchat app on your Android or iOS phone.

2. From your Snap home screen, tap the icon at the top of your screen resembling a plus sign (+) and a person’s silhouette. 

  • If someone has added you recently, a yellow circle with a number will appear overlaid on the icon. 

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Tap the icon depicted.

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3. View who has added you on Snapchat recently under the “Added Me” heading. 

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Any new Snapchat adds will be visible in this menu.

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How to see if someone you added on Snapchat has added you back 

To see if someone you added has added you back:

1. Tap the profile icon in the top right of your Snapchat home screen. 

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Tap your profile icon to access your “My Friends” list.

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2. Select the “My Friends” option, which will open a list of your friends (users who have added you back). 

 

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