It’s a different level of satisfaction when we finally make acquaintance with someone we’ve been chasing for a while. But it doesn’t come close to the chase: the thrill of feeling acknowledged and the endless want to connect; it’s similar to a constant shot of adrenaline. In contrast, the getting-to-know-each-other phase is more relaxed where curiosity, imagination, and judgement leads you. This is where most people find out whether or not they actually like each other enough to take it further.
Then comes the phase where you fight to make it work. Both people realize that no one is perfect, and what unconditional love is. It’s a deciding point in all relationships, and the actual relationship starts after this part.
So, naturally, people often get bored when the getting-to-know-each-other phase. And it’s not a bad thing; it helps you distinguish between infatuation and something deeper, meaningful.
The chase or the stalker phase is where you try to find out everything about them secretly to impress them when you finally meet. Now, imagine: you’re busy trying to find out more about your latest infatuation. After months of tireless research, you’re finally ready to talk to them.
When you finally talk, you learn they knew about your sly tricks all this time. Isn’t that unsettling and just wrong? While it might feel unfair, there’s a limit to the knowledge you have on someone before being introduced formally.
No one but you can stop yourself from being obsessed with someone in real life. But online, Snapchat is all too good at protecting its users’ privacy. You can stalk and chase whoever you want but they’ll find out all about your methods, which is not really a good look on you.
So, if you try to screenshot any of their information, they will find out about it. Wouldn’t it be better to not know anything about them instead of them finding out you’re kind of creepy?
Today’s blog will discuss if Snapchat tells the other person if you share their story with someone.
Does Snapchat Tell The Person When You Send Their Story to Someone?
If you’re a new Snapchat user, we’re sure you’ve made the rookie mistakes we have. Thankfully, we’re here to ensure that you don’t have to repeat all of those. For example, one of those mistakes would be to take a screenshot of someone’s story or chats.
Today, we’ll talk about something that feels like a mistake, but isn’t. If you share someone’s story on Snapchat, no, they won’t be notified about it in any way whatsoever. But a common mistake, taking a screenshot of the story, will definitely let them know what you’ve done.
So, as long as you can avoid getting confused between the two of these, you’ll be alright.
Here’s how you can send someone’s story to a user on Snapchat
Step 1: Open Snapchat and go to your Chats page.
Step 2: Locate your chats with the friend who’s story you wish to share. You’ll see a blue circle around their bitmoji if they’ve just added the story, and a grey circle if you’ve already seen it. Tap on it.
Step 3: At the bottom right corner, you’ll see a rounded-rectangular button saying Send. Tap on it, and choose whoever you wish to send the story to.
Step 4: Send it on its way, and close the story. They won’t know that you’ve shared the story. However, take extra care to ensure that you haven’t taken a screenshot of it, which they will find out.
Snapchat is among one of those platforms that value your privacy above all else. If, at any point, you have any issue with another user or your data’s visibility, you can fix it immediately. And if per chance the fix is not available yet, you can also contact the Snapchat team about it for expert assistance.
Here’s how to block someone on Snapchat
Step 1: Open Snapchat and go to your Chats page.
Step 2: Locate the user you wish to block and long press on their chat.
Step 3: Tap on the second option called Manage Friendship, and then on the second option called Block.
You have two other options: Report and Remove Friend. They can both be used according to the severity of the situation. If they’re your friend who you’ve just gotten mad with, removing them as a friend from your network is the best way to go.
However, an unknown stranger is harassing you, don’t hesitate to block and report their account so they can’t do this to other users.
Snapchat will investigate their account and chats and if their offense is severe enough, their account can be temporarily deactivated and even banned.
Snapchat is a large social media platform, so you don’t have much to worry about privacy-wise here. From blocking someone to finding out who has taken a screenshot of your story, you’ve got it all.
When you share someone’s Snapchat story with someone, the poster will not be notified about it. The only action taken on a Snapchat story that might trigger the poster is taking a screenshot.
So, unless you do that, you can rest assured you have nothing to worry about! If you have any questions, let us know in the comments section and we’ll get back to you.