Snapchat has introduced a new feature which is going to roundup your 2017 on its social network. We’ve seen this before on social networks like Facebook and Instagram. While we often report on Facebook and its services copying Snapchat’s features, it seems that the latter has decided to turn the tables and copy one of Facebook’s features for a change. The feature will walk you through your moments on Snapchat throughout 2017.

Snapchat’s year in review feature is going to roundup 2017 using snaps and videos that you posted throughout the year. This is the first time that Snapchat has offered such a feature. It’s possible for it to do so now as it introduced a way last year to allow users to save their snaps into a section of memories where they can live long past the 24-hour limit.

Users can find this feature by tapping on the memories icon at the bottom of the screen in the app. They can then tap on A Look Back at 2017 to view a roundup of their year. All of the snaps are assembled automatically to create the Story. It can also be customized to remove any snaps that you don’t want in the roundup. The finished product can then be saved and shared with friends.

Users should keep in mind that they might not see this feature if they haven’t saved enough snaps in their memories section. Snapchat won’t be able to create a roundup for them if there isn’t enough content available to create a story.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Snapchat. Source: theverge

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