Snapchat has a new feature called Memories that let's you save photos and videos, kind of like a second camera role.
Now when you open up Snapchat you'll notice an extra button right here underneath the camera button.
Swipe it up and down and you'll have access to your memories.
To make a memory, all you need to do is take a photo or video within Snapchat and then simply add all the icons and stickers you want and hit the save button.
Make stories from your photos by tapping into a memory, pressing and holding and then tap up here to my snaps.
Create story from this snap and select multiple.
If you post something to a story that is older than the past 24 hours, it will have a frame around it and a time stamp.
But if you're passing your phone around, and your memories have a couple of things you don't want your friends to see, you can actually add it to something called for my eyes only.
Open up your question with Snap press and hold the option My Snap here.
And then move my eyes only.
Memories open let you see by location and time plus keywords object recognition When you're in Memories you'll notice that there is a tab here that gives you access to everything on your camera roll, but remember it's not actually backing it up.
But it is backing up everything you saved to your snap within Memories.
So if you log out and log in on another device they'll all be there.
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