Then, tap and hold on the center of the screen in a very tight circular pattern until the recording bar is full.
Don’t do that unless you’re really ready to view the image or video, because that starts the countdown timer for how long you’ll be able to view it.
When the timer runs out, the message will transition over to a “double tap to reply” prompt — do just that to continue your Snapchat “conversation.” If you want to send texts without photos, tap on the voice bubble icon in the upper left corner in the Snapchat message log screen.
You can swipe to the left to see more stories, and scroll down past your friends' stories to see which brands are broadcasting live.
Swipe left to jump to the next snap, press and hold to send a snap to a friend and pull down to leave the stream.
Now, in the Snapchat recording screen, tap on Assistive Touch bubble.
Select Custom and then select Snap Video (or whatever you called it). When you're ready to record, drag and drop it onto the capture button, and you're recording without hands.A message is saved once it's highlighted in grey and gets a SAVED! You can start a group chat to snap with a select number of friends at the same time, by opening the Chat screen, tapping the new messages button in the top left corner, selecting multiple friends and tapping Chat.Groups work just like regular messages, as you can send snaps, texts, video notes, audio notes and stickers.Snapchat has evolved from being an app with a handful of obvious naughty uses to a social media platform where you can both broadcast your life and watch content from a wide range of sources.The messaging app’s ability to let you control the privacy of the pictures and videos you send was integral to its popularity. Select a “unique identifier” for your account that cannot be changed once it’s set. Snapchat will ask you if it can tap into your phone’s contacts list.Here's how to sign up, get started snapping out photos and videos and become a Snapchat expert. If not, here’s a quick guide: Tap an area of the picture you want your phone to focus on. Before you can pinch and zoom your caption, you'll need to have set the text to the larger font, by tapping on the T icon. Click on the arrow icon in the lower right to get your shot ready to send.