Back on August 25th, 2015 we started the discussion about not being able to see someone’s Snapchat score. Now, in December 2019 and heading into 2020 there are still millions of Snapchat users that want to know why they saw someone’s Snapchat score just yesterday but can’t see it today. Well, if you cannot see someone’s Snapchat score, it means they do not follow your or you are not their friend. You can read our original discussion below.
Snapchat answers this question about three times a day on their Support Twitter account. If you cannot see someone’s Snapchat score it almost always means that person has yet to add you as a friend. There are other issues that are discussed below.
When you cannot see someone’s Snapchat score it likely means they have not added you as a friend or they have blocked you. By going to your friends list you will be able to click on a Snapchat user and see the score of that user if they are friends with you. If they are a celebrity or company that has a public account you will be able to see their total score but will not see a specific name in which you have them in your phone.
So, if you think someone has deleted you or unfollowed you on Snapchat a quick way to figure it out is to see if you can see their Snapchat score. If you cannot see their Snapchat score you know they are no longer your friend on Snapchat. More importantly, they may not be your friend in real life. You might want to pick up the phone and give them a call to see exactly what is going on in terms of your relationship. I know this is unusual but this is the way we used to communicate; actually talking and calling someone with a telephone.
UPDATE: Snapchat has confirmed that is someone has not added you or followed you back, you cannot see their Snapchat score. If you could see their score before and you cannot see it now they deleted you as a friend. I know this can cause all kinds of drama; especially when it comes to boyfriends and girlfriends. The best way to avoid the drama is to not look at that particular user. If you cannot see their Snapchat score you may want to simply delete them off Snapchat.
With all the relationship drama that is caused by Snapchat it will be interesting to see if middle school, high school and college students start to use Snapchat in a different way. Personally, I stopped looking at Snapchat scores because all it did was make me wonder what that person was doing. How many dirty snaps is he or she sending with a score of 100,000? These are thoughts I simply do not want in my head.
Now that Snapchat has updated numerous times in the last several years, it would not surprise us to see an update in which users can hide their Snapchat score from all people, select people or those they simply do not like. It will be interesting to see if Snapchat updates this feature with the December 2017 major update that is expected.