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Like every social media platform, Snapchat too has an option to block someone if desired. There can be many reasons behind someone blocking you. These days people have a knack of reacting on social media for their interactions in real life. Or it can be the case of posting irritating snaps, sending annoying messages, etc. The possibilities are endless here. But the thing is, it is very hard to know if someone actually blocked or deleted you on Snapchat or not. And it is also true that everyone needs closure, nobody wants to live their lives in confusion.
So, if you are suspicious of someone blocking you on Snapchat then worry no more. By checking the steps given below, you can be sure of that. So let’s all get on this ride and clear up the confusion once and for all.
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Find Out If Someone Blocked Or Deleted You On Snapchat
Update: The article is updated with the methods that work in 2019.
There are two options for anyone to get rid of you on Snapchat. Either they can block or remove/delete you on Snapchat. During the process of determining whether you are blocked or not, we will also dig deeper and know if you are deleted or blocked.
1. Check Snap Score And Bitmoji
The first thing you need to check is the Snap Score and the Bitmoji of the suspected person’s profile. Snapscore is a number mentioned besides their Snapchat username, and Bitmoji is their Snapchat avatar. You can find both by going to the profile of the user.
If you are not able to see the Snapchat Score of that user, but you can still see their Bitmoji, then it is confirmed that they have deleted or removed you from their Friends list. However, if you can’t see both i.e, their Bitmoji and snap score, then it is possible that you have been blocked, and not just deleted.
Also, while checking their snap score and Bitmoji, you can try adding them as friends by tapping on the ‘Add Friend‘ button on their profile. By doing that, if you’re able to add that person, then you are deleted and not blocked. However, if nothing happens when you tap on that option, then the chances that you’ve been blocked have gotten much higher.
But with this method alone, you cannot figure out if you are blocked or deleted. So, let us get to the Second step.
2. Search For User
I know that if the first step didn’t work in your favour then you might be disappointed, or maybe confused. But don’t worry, because there’s still hope.
In the second step, you can try searching for the user by their username if you remember it, or you can also search for them by their actual name. You can do so by tapping the Search option at the top of the Camera screen.
And if you’re able to see them in the search results, then they’ve just deleted or removed you. But if you can’t see them in the search results, then it is yet another sign that they’ve blocked you on Snapchat.
But wait! don’t jump to conclusions just yet, because it may be that the person has just deleted or deactivated their Snapchat account. You can only be sure after you’ve checked the last step.
3. Make Sure They Haven’t Deactivated Their Snapchat Account
If your intuition is still telling you that you couldn’t be blocked by that person, then you can give it one last shot. Because it can still be possible that the person hasn’t blocked you, instead, they’ve deleted/deactivated their Snapchat account.
So to be sure of that, you can perform the last step from someone else’s Snapchat account. This further means that you can search for that user from one of your friends’ Snapchat account. And if you can’t see that person even from another account, then it means the person has deactivated their Snapchat account. But if you can see their account, then sadly, you have been blocked.
These are the full proof ways with which you can be sure of someone blocking or deleting you on Snapchat. We hope you found this tutorial useful. Do share it with your friends so that they can also find out the same as well. If you have any queries hit us in the comment section below.
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