Humans crave connections. It is as natural to us as breathing or eating. We love talking to people who are close to us, and those of us who are extroverts love meeting new people and forming new, meaningful connections. This is the reason a lot of us have accounts on social media platforms in the first place. We want to find a quick and easy way to stay in touch with people who matter to us as well as discover new people, communities and interests.
One such social media platform is definitely Snapchat; it is popular for providing users with a space to share snaps in the form of photos and videos and have direct conversations with each other. Users can customize their snaps by adding different filters, effects and stickers to make them even more appealing and fun.
In this blog, we will explore the various reasons why someone who has blocked you on Snapchat might be appearing under the Added Me section but you are unable to add them to your friend list. Let’s get started.
Someone Blocked Me but Still Shows Up in Added Me Why Does Snapchat Won’t Allow Me to Add Them?
As the saying goes, every coin has two sides. On the one hand, Snapchat is an amazing place to form connections and share stories about your daily lives with your friends and family. However, on the other hand, sometimes you may connect with the wrong people or be a part of a friendship that goes in the wrong or unwanted direction.
In such cases, you might block or remove them from your friend list and vice versa. If someone has blocked you on Snapchat but still appears in the Added Me section, it can be confusing as to why you can’t add them as a friend.
However, when someone blocks you on Snapchat, it means they have chosen to restrict all communication and interaction with you on the platform. As a result, you won’t be able to add them as a friend or initiate any form of contact.
Snapchat’s design ensures that when someone blocks you, they effectively remove themselves from your friends’ list and prevent any further interaction. This includes not allowing you to add them back as a friend or send them any messages or snaps.
Although the person’s name might appear in the Added Me section, it’s essentially a remnant from before they blocked you. Snapchat’s interface may not immediately update to reflect the blocking action. In any case, the fact that they blocked you indicates that they no longer wish to engage with you on the platform.
It’s important to respect their decision and privacy. If someone has blocked you on Snapchat, it’s best to refrain from attempting to add them or contacting them further through the app.
Now, if you suspect it’s a glitch or that the person did not intend to actually block you, you may try to contact them and add them back to your account. If you are wondering how you could do that, we will explore it in the following section. Let’s begin!
How to add friends on Snapchat?
Snapchat is a place to connect with friends and family. Hence, it provides a user with several different ways to add friends on the platform. Let’s explore them one by one.
If you have a friend’s Snapcode, which is a unique QR code specific to each Snapchat account, you can add them by scanning it.
To do this, you will need to tap on the ghost icon at the top of the camera screen and then tap on the yellow Snapcode icon in the middle of the screen. Aim your camera at your friend’s Snapcode, and Snapchat will automatically scan it and add them as a friend.
The next method is username search. Just tap on the search bar at the top of the camera screen and enter your friend’s Snapchat username. Snapchat will display search results, and you can tap on your friend’s username to view their profile.