Here's How to Share Old Photos From Your Camera Roll on Snapchat
Think you're a Snapchat pro? Think again. Sure, you might know how to blow up emoji characters or how to write more than one line of text in the app, but there are plenty of other tricks left — like sending photos from your Camera Roll to friends. Read on to learn two easy ways to do it and feel like even more of a Snapchat boss.
One way to send photos to multiple people on Snapchat is straight from your Camera Roll.
Open your Camera Roll, select the photo you want to send, and then tap the More button with three dots. Make sure that Snapchat is on. Once that's done, you can select any photo and open it in Snapchat.
Send it to however many people you want.
Voilà! You can type and draw on the photo just like a regular Snap and send to as many people you want. However, you can't post it to your Story and you can't use the new sticker pack feature.
The second way to send an old photo on Snapchat is within the app itself.
It's pretty simple to do! Open up the app, search for your friend's name, swipe left on it, and tap the image icon. Once you do that, your camera roll will open up below it. After picking an image, you can draw and write on it, as well as use the sticker pack to add emoji.
Then, save or unsave the photo in the chat.
Once you do this, you might notice that this huge photo is clogging up your private chat. It won't stay there for long. After your friend sees it, the photo will disappear just like a regular snap.
Now you know a few more Snapchat tips — you're welcome!
Just avoid these classic Snapchat mistakes and you'll be a Snapchat pro.