It seems like Snapchat is getting a lot of updates these days. At least they are for the better, making Snapchat even more entertaining and addicting to use. Now you can send multiple pictures to friends and fellow snappers from your mobile device, which get stored on your “Camera Roll” or in your “Photos.”
We’re going to tell you how to make use of this feature.
Send Multiple Photos in Chat
Once you have Snapchat open, go to chat by swiping right. Select a fellow snapper on your list to start chatting. Tap on the photo icon in chat. Now, you’ll select all the photos that you wish to send to a Snapchat friend. Yes, it’s really that easy.
Also, while you’re having a video or voice call with someone in chat, you can send camera roll pictures to them as well. They appear to the person on the other end of the call translucently over the video or voice chat that you’re having.
You can multi-task while you video chat by swiping down on your friend’s picture on the video display to minimize it, as well as switch from a video to a voice-only chat call.
Post Multiple Snaps to your Story
So, let’s say you have a Snapchat story and you don’t want it to be broken up—you want the whole story to get published on Snapchat at one time. Here’s how to do that:
- Put your mobile device in Airplane mode. This is a very important step, because you don’t want your device to access the Internet.
- Take your snap video, picture, add text, stickers, and so forth.
- Next, tap on the square with the plus symbol after each snap.
- Tap “Add” to add it to your story.
- Snapchat will alert you that your snaps failed to post because you don’t have an Internet connection.
- That’s okay, because you’ll post all your snaps together to make a complete story as soon as you’ve finished all your posts. Once you have completed your Snapchat story and are ready to upload the completed product, turn airplane mode off and re-enable your Wi-Fi connection. Then, go to your story page.
- When the Wi-Fi reconnects, next to each snap you’ve done in airplane mode, touch tap to retry each snap you want to show up in your Snapchat story. This way, they get posted one after another in the intended way you want your fellow snappers to view them.
There you have it—you’ve now gotten schooled on how to send multiple photos in a chat conversation and you know how to make a complete story to post to your story page in Snapchat all at once.
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