Snape Chat allows you to search our “Stories”




The feature allows search in more than a million stories
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Snape said on Friday that the application of Snape Chat will add a new option that allows users to search through images and videos that are published as “stories” to the public.

The move comes just days after Facebook officially announced that it had brought the “Snapshot” feature of Snape Chat to its application, making it its latest weapon in the face of Snape Chat, which has been terrified of attracting Facebook teenagers.

Users will be able to search for images and videos published in our Our Stories section by typing the name of the desired item in the search box at the top of the page. The company added that the advantage depends on machine learning technology, to provide the best results.

Our “Stories” feature is a selection of stories that are published to the general public, covering the most important events and events. Other stories disappear after 24 hours, and a team of the company chooses them.

Snape has posted a video clip on YouTube showing how to use the new feature. For example, a user can write the phrase “as a result” to show all public stories that emerge as a result, and a country or city can be written to show their stories.

The new feature will be available from Friday in a number of cities, allowing users to search more than a million stories, Snape said.

The Snape application allows users to exchange temporary messages, photos and videos, but over the past few years, the US company has been working on repositioning and switching to a diversified product company, even changing its name from Snape to Snape to make sure it is not just a messaging company.

Snape, previously known as Snape Chat, was founded in 2012 as a mobile messaging service that allows users to send images that disappear after several seconds.

Snape Chat is now a social networking platform that allows users to send temporary photos and videos to their friends, as well as stories that everyone can see and last for a long time.

Snape Chat, launched in 2011, employs more than 100 million active users a day, the vast majority of whom are aged 13 to 35.


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