On Snapchat, setting up group chats is a simple process. Here’s a detailed tutorial on setting up group chats:
Setting Up a Snapchat Group Chat:
Navigate to the Snapchat app on your smartphone.
If you’re not logged in, go to your Snapchat account and log in.
To reach the Chat area, swipe right from the camera screen.
Launch a New Conversation:
To initiate a new chat, tap the speech bubble-shaped chat icon located at the bottom of the screen.
Choose Your Friends:
Enter the names of the friends you wish to add to the group chat in the “To” column. Choose which friends you wish to add.
Form a Group:
After choosing your pals, a group chat will start up on its own.
(Optional) Give Your Group Name:
You have the choice to name your group chat. You can name the group by tapping on the group name at the top.
Send Snaps and Messages:
Send the group snaps or messages now. Everyone in the group will have access to the content and be able to engage with it.
Configuration for Groups:
By tapping the group name at the top of the group chat, you can access the settings. This is where you may change the name of the group, manage members, and make other changes.
Making New Friends:
Anytime you want to invite more friends to the group, just navigate to the group chat, press the group name, and choose “Add Members.”
If you are the group’s creator, you can delete participants by heading to the group chat, touching the name of the group, and choosing “Remove Members.”
Another option is to make a Group Story, in which group members can add Snaps to a common narrative. The group chat settings are where you do this.
Keep in mind that Snapchat upgrades its features periodically, thus the instructions and choices provided here are based on data as of January 2022, which is the latest update to my knowledge. For the most up-to-date and accurate information, always consult the support documentation or the most recent version of the Snapchat app.