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How To See Snapchat Friend Requests

By Pranab Sen

✎ Key Points:

» You can find pending friend requests on Snapchat by identifying the ‘Added’ tag next to the user’s name, visible after sending a request. Look for the change from ‘Add’ to ‘Added’ under the Friend list.
» You can go to the ‘Added Me’ section to locate and manage incoming friend requests, providing a quick way to accept or reject new connections.

How To See Snapchat Friend Requests:

You can view the friend requests that you’ve sent to other users on Snapchat. Until the users add you back, you won’t be able to consider the user to be friends with you on Snapchat.

To check the friend request sent, you have to go to the Add Friend section. There you’ll find the list of users whom you can add to your profile as a friend.

Step 1: Open the Snapchat application.

Step 2: Click on the Bitmoji icon to enter the profile page.

Bitmoji icon

Step 3: Scroll down and click on Add Friends.

click on Add Friends

Step 4: It will open up the Quick Add page, click on All Contacts.

click on All Contacts

Step 5: Next, you’ll be displayed with the list of Friends on Snapchat.

Friends on Snapchat

Step 6: These are the users from your contacts whom you can add to your profile.

Step 7: Scroll down the list to find the names next to which there’s the Added tag. Those are the pending friend requests.

Added tag

Why Are Snapchat Friend Requests not Showing up:

These are the following reasons:

1. Disappeared As The person Withdrawn

If the person deletes his account and stops using the app, he will disappear from your friend list, and you can’t send him a friend request again. 

Disappeared As The person Withdrawn

2. You already added Him as a friend

If the person is already added to your friend list, then the friend request will not appear. If the person removed you from the list, then again, you can see the option.

You already added Him as a friend

3. Account Deactivated or Person Blocked You

If the person deactivated his Snapchat account, no one can find his account on Snapchat. So, if you send him a friend request, it will not show up, or if the person blocked you, you could not find his account on Snapchat. 

Account Deactivated or Person blocked You

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. How to see ignored friend requests on Snapchat?

To see who ignored your friend request on Snapchat, send him a friend request; if he accepts the request, his profile will be on your friend list. You can say he ignored your friend request if it is not showing there.

2. How to know if someone declined your friend request on Snapchat?

You can see the Add back option next to the person’s name, using which you can send friend requests to a person. After sending a friend request to him, if you see the Add back option again, you can say that he ignored you.

3. Why Can’t You Find a Person after Adding him on Snapchat?

When you can’t find the person on Snapchat by searching after you’ve added him, it might be because the user has blocked you or has deleted his account.

If you’ve added a user but cannot find the account after searching, you need to check if the person has blocked you or not. You can head on to the chat section of your Snapchat account by swiping right from the camera screen. There, you may find the previous chats you’ve had with the user.

You can open the chat and send a snap to the person. If you see the snap is not getting delivered to the user instead it’s showing pending, you can be sure that the user has blocked your account.

Moreover, it’s also possible that the user has deleted his account which is why you can’t find him on Snapchat. Therefore, to confirm it, you can ask a mutual friend to search for the user on Snapchat.

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Pranab Sen is founder and author of Techniquehow.com. He is a full-time blogger, everything that gets published is from Pranab's hand. He likes to be a 'social media geek' since 2011 to understand the problems of readers more deeply and giving the solution through his writing.

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