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How to Find When Your Snapchat Account Was Created

Finding when your Snapchat account was created is important for two reasons.

Firstly, you’ll be able to know the exact date that you joined Snapchat.

Secondly, you’ll be able to find out how old your Snapchat account is.

You can use the age of your account to determine how fast it’s growing.

For example, if you have a 10,000 snap score and your account was created a year ago, it shows that you’ve sent a ton of snaps within that period.

On the other hand, if you have a low snap score and you’ve created your account a long time ago, it means that you rarely use the app.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find when your Snapchat account was created, whether you can see when someone joined Snapchat, and more.

  1. How to find when your Snapchat was created
  2. Can you see when someone joined Snapchat?
  3. Can you track a Snapchat account?

How to find when your Snapchat was created

To find when your Snapchat was created, you first need to navigate to your Snapchat profile.

Then, scroll down to the bottom of your profile until you find the date that you’ve joined Snapchat.

For example, if you’ve joined Snapchat on “1 April 2016”, you’ll be able to see a “Joined Snapchat on 1 April 2016” phrase.

On social media platforms like Instagram, finding when your account is created is challenging.

This is because you’ll have to navigate to multiple screens including the menu, settings, and security before you can access your data.

Unlike Instagram, finding the exact date that you’ve joined Snapchat is simple.

All you have to do is to visit your Snapchat profile and scroll down to the bottom of it.

Hence, users can navigate to it in just 2 taps after they’ve opened Snapchat.

Read on for a 2-step guide on how you can find when your Snapchat account was created (with screenshots).

1. Navigate to your Snapchat profile

Snapchat Bitmoji

Open Snapchat > tap on your Bitmoji on the top navigation bar.

The first step is to navigate to your Snapchat profile before you can see when you joined the app.

Firstly, open Snapchat and log in to your account if you haven’t already.

If you want to see when you’ve joined Snapchat on a different account, you need to switch accounts first.

To switch accounts, simply log out of your existing Snapchat account via the settings page.

Then, you’ll be able to log in to your other Snapchat account.

Once you’re on Snapchat, you’ll see your Bitmoji on the top navigation bar.

Tap on your Bitmoji on the top navigation bar to go to your Snapchat profile.

You’re required to go to your Snapchat profile as the date that you’ve joined Snapchat will be shown there.

Proceed to the second step to learn how to see that date.

2. Scroll to the bottom of your profile

How to find when your Snapchat was created

At the bottom of your Snapchat profile, you’ll be able to know when you’ve joined Snapchat (e.g. Joined Snapchat on 1 April 2016).

After you’ve tapped on your Bitmoji, you’ll land on your Snapchat profile.

On your Snapchat profile, you’ll see your name and snap score.

When you scroll down your profile, you’ll see several headings including “Stories”, “Friends”, “Bitmoji”, and more.

Under “Stories”, you can add a new story using “Add to My Story” or “Add to Our Story”.

Under “Friends”, you can add friends or view a list of your friends on Snapchat.

Lastly, you’ll be able to change your Bitmoji under the “Bitmoji” header.

Scroll down to the bottom of your profile until you find the Snapchat logo.

Under the Snapchat logo, you’ll see a phrase that says “Joined Snapchat on DD/MM/YY”.

For example, if you’ve joined Snapchat on 1 April 2016, you’ll see a “Joined Snapchat on 1 April 2016” phrase.

This means that your Snapchat account was created on 1 April 2016.

Congrats, you’ve successfully learned how to find when your Snapchat account was created!

You can repeat the steps to find out when your other Snapchat accounts were created (if you have more than one account).

Can you see when someone joined Snapchat?

No, you cannot see when someone else joined Snapchat.

You can only see when you joined Snapchat on the app, and not other users.

This is because your Snapchat information is only available to you.

Similarly, other users’ Snapchat information such as the date that they’ve joined Snapchat is only available to them.

Hence, the only way you can see when someone joined Snapchat is to ask the user to check it themselves using the guide above.

Can you track a Snapchat account?

You can track a Snapchat account via Snap Map if the user has allowed their friends to see their location.

If the user has enabled “Ghost Mode” or prevented you from seeing their location, you won’t be able to track them.

On Snap Map, you can track someone’s location by zooming out of it and tapping on the user’s Bitmoji.

After you’ve tapped on a user’s Bitmoji, you’ll see the last location that they’re in.

However, if the user enabled “Ghost Mode”, you won’t be able to see their location on the Snap Map.

“Ghost Mode” is a feature on Snapchat that prevents your friends from seeing your location.

Conclusion

Now that you know when your Snapchat account was created, you can determine the growth rate of your account.

You’ll be able to tell how many friends you’ve added on Snapchat ever since you’ve joined the app.

You’ll also be able to tell the growth rate of your snap score.

If you have a ton of friends on Snapchat or if your snap score is high, it means that you’re probably using the app too much.

On the other hand, if your snap score is low, it means that your Snapchat usage is low, or you haven’t really been snapping others.

Further Reading

Can You Have 2 Snapchat Accounts? And How to Add Them

How to Delete a Sent Snap on Snapchat

How to Send All Streaks at Once on Snapchat

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Lim How Wei is the founder of followchain.org, with over 7+ years of experience in Social Media. He has researched, tested, and written hundreds of articles ranging from social media platforms to messaging apps.