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What are Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus?

Another feature of Snapchat Plus/Snapchat+ is Ghost Trails.

Ghost Trails allow you to see your friends’ movement from one location to another.

You can see their Ghost Trails from the Snap Map.

However, they need to be sharing their location with you and have the latest version of the app.

In addition, they need to be in a country where Snapchat+ is available.

In this guide, you’ll learn what are Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus, how to see them, and how to turn them on.

What are Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus?

Snapchat Plus Ghost Trails

Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus allow you to see your friends’ movements from one place to another in the last 24 hours.

They are marked as a yellow trail to indicate the walking or driving path that your friend took.

However, you can only see Ghost Trails on the Snap Map if they made their location visible to you.

In addition, they need to have the latest version of the app and Snapchat+ needs to be available in their country.

Do note that location-sharing on the Snap Map is opt-in for all users.

To see your friend’s Ghost Trail, you need to open the Snap Map and tap on their Bitmoji.

How to turn on Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus

Turn on Ghost Trails Snapchat Plus

Here’s how to turn on Ghost Trails on Snapchat Plus:

  1. Open Snapchat and go to your profile.
  2. Tap on the “Snapchat+” membership card.
  3. Tap on “Ghost Trails” to turn it on.

You can clear your own Ghost Trail by toggling Ghost Mode on and off in your Snap Map Settings.

Ghost Trails will only be active for 24 hours before it resets.

Further reading

List of Snapchat Plus Features

Why is Snapchat Plus Not Showing?

How to See Who Rewatched Your Story on Snapchat Plus

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