How to find Memories on Snapchat

How to find Memories on Snapchat

How to find Memories on Snapchat

Snapchat is a popular messaging app that has plenty of features such as the Snapchat score and its own AI chatbot. It may be a bit challenging to sift through different features at times, so we'll be looking at how to find Snapchat Memories in this article.

With Memories, you'll be able to take a look at some of your old Snaps. It's like a modern-day version of going through an old photo album.

As you may have guessed, getting to your Snapchat Memories isn't quite as straightforward as some people expect, so we're here to help you out!

How to find Memories on Snapchat

Accessing your Snapchat Memories isn't as simple as pushing a single button. Instead, it's as simple as doing one single swipe.

To find Memories on Snapchat, swipe up on the Camera screen and you'll find yourself in the Memories menu. From there, you can tap on any one Memory to view it.

Snapchat Memories is a great way to look back on your old Snaps and stories. It even gives you the option to save them on your device!

How to save Snapchat Memories

There are a couple of ways to save Snapchat Memories onto your device. You can either pick and choose which Memories to save one by one or have all your Memories saved automatically.

To have Snapchat save Memories automatically:

  • Tap on the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen and open "Memories".
  • Go to "Save Destinations", choose "Memories & Camera Roll" and you should be all setup!

If you prefer to choose which Memories to save manually, follow these steps:

  • Open the Snapchat Memory you wish to save.
  • Tap on the three dots (...) in the top right corner of your screen.
  • Choose "Export Snap".
  • Tap on "Download".

So that's how you can access and save your Snapchat Memories. If you want to learn how to do a half-swipe on Snapchat, we've got that covered, too!

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