Snapchat has had a bit of a rough ride lately. After its killer feature, Stories, was ripped off by Instagram, Facebook, Messenger and WhatsApp, it shook things up with a major redesign. As we all know, that backfired massively, and both Instagram Stories and WhatsApp Stories are now more popular than Snapchat. Looking to kick it while it’s down? Here’s how to delete Snapchat.
Whatever your reason for chucking in the towel − hating the infamous 2018 update, no longer using the app, attempting to limit the amount of time you spend on your phone − the good news is it’s really easy to get rid of your Snapchat account. However, you need to be patient.
If you’re not sure you’re quite ready to let go, don’t fret. That’s because it takes around a month to delete a Snapchat account, and you can resurrect it at any moment within 30 days of hitting Delete simply by logging in.
As the company explains: “While your account is deactivated, your friends will not be able to contact or interact with you on Snapchat.” However, once that aforementioned 30-day period’s over, your Snapchat account will be gone forever.
We also recommend downloading your data before cutting ties with Snapchat. This data includes your login history, account information, Snap history, profile data, an overview of your friends, location and search history. You can find a full breakdown of the data here.
- Visit Snapchat’s Accounts website and enter your login details
- Click ‘My Data’ and ‘Submit Request’
- Snapchat will email you a link once your data’s ready to be downloaded − when the link arrives, follow it
- Visit Snapchat’s Accounts Portal
- Enter your username and password
- Enter your username and password again and hit ‘Continue’
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