It can be exciting to talk to someone new on Snapchat. There’s a lot of fun things you can do, like using the Snapchat baby filter. It’s never fun to get blocked on social media platforms, but unfortunately, that can happen on Snapchat too. The app makes it a bit tricky to determine if you have been blocked or not. However, we’re sharing a couple of approaches here you can use to be sure. Here’s how to tell if someone has blocked you on Snapchat.
How to Tell If Someone Has Blocked or Deleted You on Snapchat
- Check Your Recent Snapchat Conversations
- Search the Snapchat User
- Ask Other Users to Search the Blocker
Tip #1. Check Your Recent Snapchat Conversations
Can you see recent conversations? Go to Snapchat’s chat screen, then tap on the thread of the user you’re checking. If you can still see the conversation, you’re not blocked on Snapchat.
If you can’t, it’s not a guarantee that you’ve been blocked. This is because messages will disappear after 24 hours at most. If you suspect you’ve been blocked, consider these other options.
Tip #2. Search the Snapchat User
Make sure if you can search for the user. You can search for either their real name or their username. You’ll see the search icon at the top left of the chat interface. If you can’t find them through search, they’ve either deleted their account, or you’ve been blocked on Snapchat.
Tip #3. Ask Other Users to Search the Blocker
Check if other people can search for them. If the user shows up on someone else’s search, but not yours, it means you’ve been blocked on Snapchat.
That’s all folks!
If you’ve followed all of these steps, you should know if someone has blocked you on Snapchat. If you know the person personally, the most straightforward, most honest approach is just to ask them.
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Have you been blocked on Snapchat or other platforms? Or have you done the blocking? Let us know in the comments below.