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How to See Mutual Friends on Snapchat When Someone Adds You?

Like any other social media app today, Snapchat allows you to identify mutual friends when someone adds you or when you add someone. This has many advantages:

  • Making Connections: If we see that we share a friend with someone else, it’s easier to start a chat. It doesn’t feel like we’re talking to a stranger because we have a friend in common.
  • Building Trust: If we see that someone is a friend of one of our friends, we feel more relaxed. We trust them more because our friend also trusts them.
  • Creating New Friendships: We may discover new friends who like the same things as us by seeing mutual friends. This makes it easier to make new friends.

Tech Tip #1: If you see anything that’s not right or if someone is bothering you on Snapchat, you can report it. To report someone, press and hold on their name, tap the ⚙️ gear icon, and choose “Report”.

Step-by-Step Instructions to See Mutual Friends on Snapchat

Sure, here’s a simple guide to help you find friends you have in common with others by using the Snapchat feature.

Step 1: Open your Snapchat app

First, grab your phone and open the Snapchat app. You’ll need to be logged in to your account, so make sure you do that if you aren’t already.

Step 2: Navigate to the “Add Friends” section

To get to “Add Friends,” look for your Bitmoji or profile icon at the top left corner of the screen and tap on it. Then, you should see an option that says “Add Friends.” Tap on it. This is where Snapchat lets you add new people.

Step 3: Look for the “Quick Add” section

In the “Add Friends” page, scroll down a bit until you see a list labeled “Quick Add.” This list shows people you might know or have something in common with, like mutual friends.

Step 4: Identify users with the “[Number] + Mutual Friends” label

As you look through the “Quick Add” list, you might see some names with a label that says “[Number] mutual friends” next to them. This label tells you how many friends you and that person have in common on Snapchat.

And that’s it! By following these steps, you can easily see who you have mutual friends with on Snapchat and maybe even make new friends.

How to Add Someone with Mutual Friends?


If you find someone in the “Quick Add” section who has mutual friends with you and you want to add them, it’s really easy:

  1. Find the “Add” Button: Next to the user’s name, you’ll see a button that says “Add”. This button is usually to the right of their name.
  2. Tap on “Add”: Just tap this button, and Snapchat will send a friend request to that person. If they accept your request, you’ll be Snapchat friends.

Tech Tip #2: Remember, the “Quick Add” feature on Snapchat suggests friends to you based on mutual connections and other factors, such as if you have their contact number in your phone or if you’ve been in the same Snapchat group. So, when you use this feature and add someone, you’re expanding your Snapchat network with more people you might have things in common with.

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