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What is the Snapchat Plus Solar System?

Another feature of Snapchat Plus/Snapchat+ is the Snapchat Plus Solar System.

It allows you to see a “Best Friends” or “Friends” badge in someone’s profile.

If you tap on a badge, it will show how close you are to them via their Solar System.

It’s arranged by the following: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

To see your solar system or someone else’s, you need to subscribe to Snapchat+.

In this guide, you’ll learn what is the Snapchat Plus Solar System and the Friendmoji of different planets.

What is the Snapchat Plus Solar System?

Snapchat Best Friends

The Snapchat Plus Solar System allows you to see how close you are to your friends.

If you’re a Snapchat+ subscriber, you’ll see either a “Best Friends” or a “Friends” badge with a gold border in someone’s profile.

Best Friends = You’re one of each other’s eight closest friends.

Friends = You’re one of your friend’s eight closest friends, but they’re not one of yours.

Snapchat Best Friends Badge

The screenshot above is a profile that has the “Best Friends” badge.

If you tap on the badge, you’ll see which planet you are in their Solar System.

Each planet represents a different position in their Best Friends list.

For instance, if you’re Earth and your friend is the Sun, it means that you’re their third closest friend.

Snapchat Plus Friend Solar System Friendmoji

Snapchat Plus Friend Solar System Friendmoji

The Friend Solar System Friendmojis are arranged according to the Solar System.

In the picture above, the planets are arranged like so: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars respectively.

Scroll down to see the rest of the planets.

Snapchat Solar System Emoji

In the picture above, the planets are arranged like so: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune respectively.

As you can see, the planets are arranged in order of the Solar System based on the position of the Sun.

It starts from the planet that is nearest to the Sun and ends from the planet that is furthest away from the Sun.

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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