One of the most popular features of Snapchat is the ability to send photos and videos to friends and family in one quick snap. You can also send multiple snaps at once. If you wanted to know how to send multiple snaps at once then follow this article. We will share the unique method to send multiple snaps.
Why Do You Send Multiple Snaps At Once?
There could be many reasons behind this. You may need to send multiple photos from your gallery. Also, you don’t want to waste your time by sending one snap each time. Here is the secret to sending multiple snaps from your gallery and sending them to your story or friend.
How to send multiple snaps at once
Normally Snapchat won’t give you an option to send multiple snaps at once. It’s not forbidden but there isn’t an option for that either. There is two way you can send multiple snaps at once. Also if you have a Snapchat subscription you would like to send multiple snaps to your follower.
Way #1 Send Multiple Snaps At Once From Camera Roll
In the Snapchat app tap the memories icon beside the record button.
Tap on the camera roll to see your photos.
Next, tap and hold on to the first picture you want to send as a snap. This will allow you to mark other pictures you want to send as a snap.
Mark the photos you want to send. Then click on the bottom arrow.
On the next screen, you can tap my story, Our story, or choose specific friends to who you want to send your snaps.
Then tap on the bottom arrow once again. Snapchat will show you “sent” And/Or “Added to the story” meaning that the snaps are now uploaded.
Now go to your story to check your newly uploaded snaps!
Way #2 Send Multiple Snapshots At Once By Turning Off Data Connection
First, turn off your data/Wifi connection. It’s important to turn them off.
Then open the Snapchat app. Take a snap then send it to my story, Our Story, or any specific friend to who you want to send your snaps.
It will give you an error that no internet connection. Your snaps will not be uploaded for now. But don’t worry it will upload as soon as the internet connection is restored. Then go to memory like the earlier method.
Then go to the camera roll tab. Then choose any picture that you want to send any of your friends. Click on the bottom arrow then send it to my story, Our Story, or any specific friend to who you want to send your snaps.
Repeat the two previous steps until you are happy with the number of pictures that you want to upload in your snaps.
Now go to your phone setting and enable a data/wifi connection. Go back to your Snapchat app. Connecting to the internet will automatically upload your pending snaps to your story or send them to your friends.
Finally, go to the inbox and conversation/chat to check the snaps that were sent.
You can also go to your profile and check your story to see if the snaps were uploaded. If you have any problems check the video below.
Comment down below if you face any errors during the process.