By starting additional streaks with your friends, you'll guarantee that both you and the other person are sending snaps to each other at least once a day, raising your Snapchat score by two points per streak.... read more ›
You receive a point for sending a Snap, you receive a point for opening a Snap, but there are no points for just messaging on Snapchat. You also receive a point for posting a Snap to your story. Unfortunately, Snapchat scores do not increase if you watch a story.... continue reading ›
Starting streaks means you're sending and receiving a snap on a daily basis to maintain a streak. The more streaks you have, the higher your score.... view details ›
Snapchat says your score is the combined number of Snaps you've sent and received. You get one point for every Snap you send and a point for every Snap you receive. You don't get points for your Snapchat Stories.... see details ›
Send multiple snaps at once
You send one snap to one friend and you get 1 point. That is how it works. So, if you will start sending snaps to multiple friends at once, it may get you an additional point. For example, you send a snap to 10 people, it may result in 10-11 points.... see more ›
If you have a snapscore between 200,000 and 400,000, you are quite popular. Snapchat is your go-to app. It is possible you have a sizable following on the platform and post almost daily to your story. It would not be a surprise if someone has accused you of messaging multiple people.... view details ›
The Snapchat user: cris_thisguy with over 50 million! Currently highest “active score account” in the WORLD! Averaging 1,000,000 points per day.... see details ›
Interact with other Snapchat users, and your score goes up. Post new content, and your score goes up. However, there's one exception; you won't gain Snap score from sending or receiving direct messages. Snapchat does not make their exact scoring metrics available to the public.... view details ›
Snapchat doesn't offer any serious rewards or prizes for having a high Snapchat streak, though something small but special does happen when you hit 100 days with a contact (no spoilers!). Sending Snaps increases your Snapchat score, which helps prove you use the service more than your friends.... view details ›
Regardless, the only way to truly hide your Snapchat score is to disappear from a person's friend list. Note: Don't confuse the Snap score with the Snapchat streak. The first one will keep track of all the contacts you've made on the app.... continue reading ›
How is the Snapchat score calculated? Snapchat says that the score is the combined total of the number of Snaps you send and receive on the platform. You get one point for every Snap you send or receive.... see details ›
The first figure is how many private snaps you've sent while the second is the number of snaps you've received. From testing it out, each snap that's sent or received represents one point. Posting a snap to stories also increases your score by a point while texts sent or received and viewing stories aren't counted.... view details ›
Ways to Increase Your Snapchat Score
- Send More Snaps to Raise Your Score. ...
- Add New Friends to Raise Your score. ...
- Open Snaps Regularly to Increase Your Score.
A Snapchat insider tells us that the most active Snapchat users get "hundreds" of Snaps per day. When asked for a more refined number, the insider suggested that ~150 might be a good approximation. * The average active Snapchat user, meanwhile, the insider estimates, gets 20-50 Snaps per day.... view details ›
How is the Snapchat score calculated? Snapchat says that the score is the combined total of the number of Snaps you send and receive on the platform. You get one point for every Snap you send or receive.... read more ›
What is the Snapchat score breakdown? You receive a point for sending a snap, you receive a point for opening a snap, but there are no points for just messaging on Snapchat. You also receive a point for posting a snap to your story. Unfortunately, Snapchat scores do not increase if you watch a story.... read more ›