Snapchat streaks were introduced in April 2015 along with the other emoji features like SC best friends but what is a snapchat streak? Snapchat is very ideal for having conversations and exchanging pictures with close friends because you can be personal and know that your messages aren’t going to be saved unless your friend does. So what are snapchat streaks?
Snapchat Streaks begin after 3 days
If you continue exchanging snaps (either pictures or videos) with a friend for 3 consecutive days it will result in something called a streak and this will appear as a fire emoji next to your friends name. During every 24 hours you must exchange at least one snap (texting doesn’t count) with one another. Otherwise you will lose your streak and the emoji will disappear. An hourglass emoji appears next to the fire emoji if 20 hours have passed without any snaps. In other words, you have 4 more hours to continue the streak. That is basically what is a snapchat streak.
Trophies for Streaks
What is snapchat streaks for 100 days?
After achieving 100 days of a streak you will get a 100-day fire emoji trophy in your cabinet.
For example, After getting a whooping 1000 days you’ll get the 1000 days snapchat streak trophy. We would like to congratulate you if you were able to pull that off. Everyday for 3 years is unbelievable considering all the things that could go wrong in that 3-year span.
By the way, for every day you have a streak with someone the higher your snapchat score increases, if that’s something you are interested in.
- 90% of 13-24-year olds from the US use Snapchat
- Snapchat has around 3000 employees
- There are a total of 190 million active daily users
- 75% of snapchat users are under 34 years old
- In Q1 2019, Snapchat reported to have generated $320.4 million
- Snapchat makes $1.68 Average Revenue per User in Q1 2019.
- Snapchat has filed for an IPO that could value the company at $25 billion.
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We recommend that you read our previous article titled What Does The Red Heart Mean on Snapchat?