Unlike WhatsApp group chats where the admins have the sole jurisdiction to manage their groups, Snapchat groups are quite lawless. Any member of the group can add more people to the group; however, the maximum number of persons that can be added to a Snapchat group is 31 plus the group owner – that’s 32 in total. So, until there are up to 32 persons in a group, any member of the group could possibly add someone to the group without seeking permission from the group admin. This action can be annoying most times, and you may start thinking of how to remove someone from Snapchat groups.
Well, it’s quite unfortunate that Snapchat doesn’t include the group settings that allow you to remove someone in a group. But, there are a few ways to get things done, and that’s what we’re discussing in this article.
How to Remove Someone from a Snapchat Group
It is important to note that Snapchat group messages are dissolved after 24 hours. That is to say; when you send messages to a group on Snapchat, the message gets deleted automatically after 24 hours. But, if you save a message sent in a group chat on Snapchat, it won’t be deleted alongside other messages after 24 hours.
The best way to remove someone from a Snapchat group is to create a new group and not add that particular snapchatter. This method is the best way to remove people from a group – since Snapchat doesn’t allow that, naturally.
This method may be too harsh – you can boldly voice it out. That is, you can tell the person to leave the group since Snapchat allows users to leave a group. But this is too straight, and the snapchatter may not find it friendly. Thus, the first method is just the best way to get around this situation.
Snapchatters are hoping that Snapchat would add a WhatsApp-like feature that allows the group administrators some rights over other group members. But for now, there’s just no way to remove someone from a Snapchat group directly.