If you’re someone who posts Snaps on Snapchat rather frequently, such as maybe multiple times a day, then you might be interested to learn of a new update to the app that will help make multiple posts a breeze. In the recent update, users will now be able to record up to 6 video snaps at once.
The feature dubbed Multi-Snap basically lets you record multiple snaps at once. All users have to do is press and hold the capture button to record a video Snap, and keep holding it where it will then record consecutive snaps. Given that even Snap lasts 10 seconds, if you keep holding it for about a minute you will be able to record up to 6 Snaps at once.
Users will also be able to delete any Snap that they don’t want, and the Snaps can then be posted individually to your Story and appear in chronological order, so if you have a particularly long video that you’d like to record, this will be one way to go about it without any interruptions. Other new features include Tint Brush that helps users add color to any object they want in their photo.
The features are already live, although it seems that for now the Multi-Snap feature is only available to iOS users, which means that Android users will have to wait for a while before it is enabled for them.