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How to See Who Rewatched Your Story on Snapchat Plus

Snapchat Plus comes with many new features including the Rewatch Indicator.

At $3.99 per month, you’ll get access to more than 5 new features.

The Rewatch Indicator is one of the more prominent features of the subscription.

If you want to know if your story is engaging, you can check who rewatched it.

If a lot of people rewatched it, it means that they like it.

In this guide, you’ll learn what is the Rewatch Indicator on Snapchat Plus and how to see who rewatched your story.

What is the Rewatch Indicator on Snapchat Plus?

The Rewatch Indicator on Snapchat Plus shows who rewatched your story.

The number next to the eye emoji (e.g. 👀2) indicates how many of your friends have rewatched your story.

If there is a number 2 next to the eye emoji, it means that your story has been rewatched by two different people.

Do note that the feature only counts one rewatch per person.

It does not count the total number of times it’s been rewatched.

Hence, if someone rewatches your story multiple times, it only counts as one rewatch.

How to see who rewatched your story on Snapchat Plus

To see who rewatched your story on Snapchat Plus, you must first subscribe to Snapchat Plus.

After you’ve subscribed to Snapchat Plus, post a story and wait for a few hours.

Next, open your story and check if there’s an eye emoji.

The number next to the eye emoji indicates how many different people rewatched your story.

For example, if there’s a “2” next to the eye emoji (e.g. 👀2), it means that 2 different people have rewatched your story.

Further reading

List of Snapchat Plus Features

Why is Snapchat Plus Not Showing?

How to Cancel a Snapchat Plus Subscription

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