We are now in December 2019 heading into 2020 and there is still no way for users to see when someone deletes or unfollows them. There are dozens of apps for Instagram and other social media platforms but Snapchat does not have this option. One would think that Snapchat would want their users to know when someone unfollowed or deleted them. The original discussion related to unfollowing on Snapchat started all the way back on August 25th, 2015.
Snapchat 2.0 is now available and more people are deciding to unfollow their friends because of the auto advance feature. Now, Snapchat users have to watch the next person’s story even if they do not want to. We would imagine this will drastically change the number of people Snapchat users follow.
In December 2015 this has become one of the most popular Snapchat articles. Users want to know if someone has deleted or unfollowed them yet there is no way to determine. Well, there is a backdoor method that can prove to be very helpful. Read more below:
This has been a very hot topic as of late as millions of Snapchat users are trying to do the whole follow for follow tactic that was popular on Twitter back in the day. They will follow any Snapchat users they can find on the Internet hoping to get a “follow back”. Once that person follows them and starts to view their story there is a good chance there will be an immediate unfollow. Unfortunately, there is really no way to find out who unfollowed you on Snapchat.
The best way to determine if someone follows you is to view their profile on Snapchat and see if you can view their Snapchat score. When you click on a user name and their Snapchat score does not show up it means they are not following you. You will have to do this on a consistent basis if you want to know if someone has recently unfollowed you.
I am certain there is plenty of boyfriend and girlfriend drama when it comes to following and unfollowing on Snapchat. If a user is only able to receive chats from people they follow you will not be able to send a Snap picture or text to them once they unfollow you. You will see the “user cannot receive your chat” warning at the top of your Snapchat.
I would imagine we will see a few apps coming out that will allow you to see who has unfollowed you or deleted you sometime in the near future. That said, Snapchat has been very smart to not follow Twitter and Facebook with the idea of trying to get as many “followers” as possible. I will continue to monitor this and let you know if there is any way to find out who has unfollowed or deleted you from their friends on Snapchat.
As Snapchat gets more popular for middle school, high school and college students almost all users will want to know who follows them. They will not know simply from the best friend emojis or their own friends list. In my opinion, Snapchat will create a public profile for users to see in 2016. Individual users will be able to determine if the profile is public or private but they will be able to see all the accounts that follow them.