How To Delete Or Block Friends On Snapchat On Your Android Or Iphone


You can delete friends on Snapchat if you no longer want to follow them.

If you block someone on Snapchat, they will also remove you as a friend, and they will not be able to see your profile or contact you.

If you are on Snapchat, it is probably not alien to the geographical tags, filters and other unique features that the social network allows.

The platform is popular for its ability to send photos and videos that expire after being seen, allowing privacy and encouraging users to live in the moment.

But what happens if you follow or exchange messages with someone in the application and decide that you want to remove them from your contact list?

Fortunately, it is easy to delete friends on Snapchat and even block them if such a thing becomes necessary. It only takes a few minutes and can be done in a few simple steps on your iPhone or Android.

How to delete friends on Snapchat

1. Touch the Snapchat icon on the home screen of your iPhone or Android to open the application.
2. Swipe left to go to your friends list and find the name of the user you want to delete.

3. Press and hold the name of the friend you want to delete until a list of options appears

4. At the bottom of the menu, tap More to reveal additional options.

5. Touch Remove friend to remove the user from your list. A pop-up window will ask you to confirm that you want to delete the user in question. Click Delete to confirm.
How to block friends on Snapchat

It should be noted that if you also want to block someone, you can do so by following steps one to four above. Then, instead of touching Delete friend, touch the Block red option, which should be the second option from the top.

This will simultaneously remove the user from your friends list and block them, so that they cannot contact you and vice versa.

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