Snapchat is all about privacy and transparency. The disappearing snaps and stories are some of the features that users truly value about Snapchat.
However, Snapchat is a social media app after all, and other users have access to what you post, they can easily take a screenshot of your snaps or stories before they disappear.
To increase the privacy of its users, Snapchat notifies you when someone takes a screenshot of your story or chat.
You can easily see if someone screenshots your chat if you go to chats and see ‘Screenshot’ under their username.
But, what about stories - can you see people that take a screenshot of your story? Keep reading to find out how to see who screenshotted your Snapchat story.
Fortunately, Snapchat has also made it easy to know who screenshots your Snapchat story. Follow the steps below.
Note: You can only see how many people have viewed your story and how many have taken a screenshot while your story is live. Once it disappears, you can no longer see this information.
If you don’t want just anyone seeing and taking screenshots of your stories, you can create a private or custom story on Snapchat.
However, there are some limitations on seeing who has viewed and taken a screenshot of your Story. This is because the list of people who have viewed or screenshotted your story generated by Snapchat includes a maximum of 200 users.
Although this limitation doesn’t seem like such an issue, it could be a problem for accounts that have a large number of friends and a lot of engagement because they would only be able to see the first 200 users that have seen your story, not to mention those who have screenshotted it.
Nevertheless, you can check and manage who has permission to see your stories.
To do this:
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