Snapchat has finally rolled out its premium membership, called Snapchat+, for its users. The membership promises to provide some more unique features to make our Snapchatting experience more interesting. But does the rollout of Snapchat+ mean Snapchat was not interesting enough already? Hardly.
The platform is different from most other platforms you’d ever come across- not only in terms of the unique features it provides but also in terms of some common features it doesn’t.
With several otherwise common features missing from the app, beginners often find it difficult to get acquainted with the Snapchat environment.
Take, for example, the number of followers you have on Snapchat. If you are finding it difficult to know your follower count, it is not surprising at all, as it is not very easy to find this number on the platform.
In the following sections, we will guide you through these features of Snapchat and see if you can know your follower count and other similar numbers on Snapchat. So, keep reading to know more.
How to See How Many Followers You Have on Snapchat
Before proceeding further, we must ensure you don’t remain confused throughout the blog. There is no such thing as followers on Snapchat. You either have “friends” in your private account or “subscribers” in your public account.
The terminology of Snapchat doesn’t have the term “followers,” just like Instagram doesn’t have the term “friends.”
So, if you want to know the number of your followers on Snapchat, we assume you mean one of the following things:
- The number of your friends: A Snapchatter is considered a friend on Snapchat if you have added each other.
- The number of users who have added you (but you haven’t added them back).
Your subscriber count: If you have a public account, the number of people who have subscribed to see updates from you are your subscribers.