Snapchat hacks and tips that you probably didn’t know about

If you’re one of the millions of people who use Snapchat on a daily basis, you’ll want to read on for some hacks and tips that you probably didn’t know about! In this blog post, we will show you how to change the color of individual words and letters, apply up to 3 filters on a single Snap, turn an emoji into a colourful filter, switch up the ‘info’ filters and more. We’ll also show you how to ‘Photoshop’ your Snaps with the Tint Brush tool and erase stuff from your Snaps with the Magic Eraser. Finally, we’ll teach you how to enhance your Snaps by changing the backdrop. So what are you waiting for? Read on for all the Snapchat hacks and tips you need to know, and if you want to know about more hacks you can read it on sociosite.org!

Change the color of individual words and letters

Did you know that you can choose the color of individual words and letters? Yes, it’s true!

How to do it:

  • Tap the T icon to select a maximum-sized caption
  • Choose a color that you want from the color palette to begin with
  • Then select a word. Tap any character in your text and choose the option to highlight it.
  • Change the color of any word or letter by moving the highlight over it
  • Next, pick a new color from the color palette

Access a wider range of color options

If you want to access even more colors than what’s available in Snapchat’s default palette, simply long press on any color in the palette and slide your finger up or down to choose from a wider range of colors.

Apply up to three filters on a single Snap

Did you know that you can apply up to three filters on a single Snap? Yes, it’s true!

How to do it:

  • Tap the screen to bring up the filters menu
  • Swipe left or right to choose a filter
  • Tap and hold on the filter you want to keep applied while you swipe again to select another one. You can keep doing this until you have applied three filters.
  • Turn an emoji into a colorful filter

Turn an emoji into a colorful filter

Did you know that you can turn an emoji into a colorful filter? Just try it!

How to do it: 

  • First, find an emoji that you want to use as a filter
  • Next, long press on the emoji and then drag it over to the camera screen
  • You’ll see that the emoji will become a colorful overlay on your Snap

Switch up the ‘info’ filters

There are several variations for each of the basic information filters—such as speed, temperature, timing, and altitude—that may be customized. Then miles per hour becomes kilometers per hour, feet becomes meters, Fahrenheit becomes celsius, and the time becomes the date.

Use the temperature filter to take things to the next level. Not only can you switch from Fahrenheit to Celcius, but you may also continue tapping for an hourly or three-day forecast with weather icons.

To access additional choices, simply touch the info filter of your choosing.

Add drawings and captions to ‘Discover’ content and share it with your friends

To share content from Snapchat’s Discover partners, tap and hold the Snap for a few seconds.It will be treated as a draft, and you may add to it in the manner that you would any of your own Snaps. These are only available to individuals through chat and not posted to your Story.

‘Photoshop’ your Snap with Tint Brush

With Snapchat’s Tint Brush tool, you can ‘photoshop’ your Snaps by changing the color of objects in your photo.

How to do it: 

  • Take a photo or video Snap
  • Tap on the pencil icon in the top right corner to enter draw mode
  • Select the Tint Brush tool from the palette of drawing tools
  • Now simply tap on the object you want to change the color of and then choose a new color from the palette. You can keep doing this until you’re satisfied with your ‘photoshop’ job!

Edit stuff out of your Snaps with Magic Eraser

Did you know that you can edit stuff out of your Snaps? With Snapchat’s Magic Eraser tool, you can easily remove unwanted objects from your Snaps.

How to do it: 

  • Take a photo or video Snap
  • Tap on the pencil icon in the top right corner to enter draw mode
  • Select the Magic Eraser tool from the palette of drawing tools
  • Now simply tap on the object you want to remove and it will disappear!
  • Enhance your Snap by changing the backdrop

However, keep in mind that the instrument isn’t flawless. The Magic Eraser is most effective on objects against plain backgrounds.

Switch between the front and rear camera while recording

This is simple. Simply double-click the screen to go from selfie mode to point of view while filming a video.

Zoom in and out with only one finger

With Snapchat’s new one-handed zoom feature, zooming in and out is now easier than ever.

How to do it: 

  • To zoom in, just put your finger on the screen and slide it up
  • To zoom out, put your finger on the screen and slide it down

You can also use two fingers to pinch and zoom like you normally would.

Record video without holding down the capture button

This makes it simpler to keep your phone still and flip back and forth between the front and rear cameras. To use this hack, you’ll need an iOS device.

How to do it:

  • Tap to settings
  • Choose general
  • Click to accessibility
  • Switch on the Assistive Touch option and a little icon will appear in the right corner of your screen under the Interaction section
  • You may create a brand new gesture, or edit an existing one
  • Hold your finger on the screen and let the blue bar at the bottom reach its maximum length on the New Gesture page
  • Tap stop
  • Save the gesture and give it a name
  • Tap the small icon before starting a video recording on Snapchat to open it
  • A circle should appear on the screen if you chose Custom
  • Simply press the capture button, and your unique gesture will take care of the rest.

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed our list of Snapchat hacks and tips! These should help you take your Snaps to the next level. Let us know if you have any other great tips or tricks by leaving a comment below. Happy Snapping!

Jakehttps://talkradionews.com
Jake is a passionate entrepreneur and writer who likes to spend a large chunk of his time researching, reading and writing. He aims to keep web surfers engaged with the latest news and articles on a wide range of topics. When he's not writing, he's busy catching a tan on the beach in Florida.

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