Snapchat emoji meanings are always something we wonder but never get to look up. Before you send a Snap to someone, you might be wondering if the emoji next to that person has any meaning. You will be glad to know that they aren’t there for no reason. In this post, we listed all the possible Snapchat emoji meanings.
The Most Popular Snapchat Emoji Meanings:
? Gold Star – Shows that the person got a reply for their snaps in the last 24 hours, indicates that they are interesting.
? Yellow Heart – Shows that you are the #1 best friends with the person. You both send the most snaps to each other.
❤️ Red Heart – Shows that you’ve been #1 best friends with each other for 2 weeks straight.
? Pink Hearts – Shows that you’ve been #1 best friends with each other for 2 months straight.
? Baby – Shows that you just became friends with them.
? Face with Sunglasses – Shows that you have a best friend in common, which you both send snaps.
? Grimacing Face – Shows that both of your #1 best friends is the same person.
? Smirking Face – Shows that you’re one of their best friends, but they are not your best friend.
? Smiling Face – Shows that they are on the way to become your #1 best friend.
? Fire – Shows that you’re on a snapstreak. You’ve been snapping with each other every day on a streak.
? Hundred – 100 Day Snapstreak. Shows that you’ve been snapping with each other for 100 consecutive days; it appears next to the fire emoji.
⌛ Hourglass – Shows that you’re about to lose your snapstreak. You may send a snap to prevent it.
? Birthday Cake – Shows that it’s their birthday today.
There They Are
Here are the Snapchat emoji meanings you may encounter on Snapchat. It’s quite common to have some of these emojis next to someone. Hence, don’t be confused when you see the fire emoji standing tall. You’ve been killing it!
I remember the first time seeing the yellow heart emoji next to one of my friends. It excited and confused me at the same time. If we would comment on those emojis subjectively, we can say that they are the best, and they add a lot of fun and immersion to enjoy when sending a Snap to your peers.
Snapchat Emoji FAQs
The easiest way to know if someone has blocked you on Snapchat is by searching their name. If they don’t show up, that means they blocked you. If they show up, but they are not on your Friends list, that means they unfriended you.
You can change your friends’ emojis easily. Just go to your profile, Additional Services, Manage, Friend Emojis, tap the Friend Emoji you’d like to change, and choose an emoji.
Unfortunately, plain text chats don’t count for best friends. Only the snaps, pictures, and videos count.
When the red heart turns yellow, it means that you’ve been #1 best friends with each other for more than 2 weeks.
It’s simpler than it looks! Just choose a sticker or emoji you want to add to your video and drag it to the middle of the screen. When the emoji’s in the middle and clear, tap and hold on to the emoji or sticker, position it where you want in the video, and then release it. That’s all!
Conclusion – Snapchat Emojis Are a Language
As you see above, Snapchat has its language for its audience. I’ve seen grown people arguing over this and witnessed much more. A friend of mine had to spend the night at the hospital, so her friend logged in to her Snapchat account to send a Snap and keep the streak of 500 days running. Odd, right?
Did you do anything crazy to keep your streak running on Snapchat, or are you just learning what that stuff even means? Let us know right down in the comments.
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