How to turn on the Peek a Peek feature on Snapchat?

Snapchat is a popular American messaging app and unlike traditional messaging apps, it allows you to send pictures and messages that disappear after a short time, making it an extremely unique and temporary way to communicate.

Over the years, Snapchat developers have introduced a lot of new and interesting features. One of them is the Peek a Peek feature. Snapchat has a feature that allows you to half-swipe on someone’s message and take a peek without letting that user know. However, there is also a feature called Peek a Peek feature that allows you to find when someone has been sneaking a peek.

If you’re wondering how to use this feature, then this guide will be helpful. In this guide, you will get to know how to turn on the Peek a Peek feature on Snapchat.

How to turn on the Peek a Peek feature on Snapchat?

Peek a Peek feature

If you use Snapchat, Peek a Peek feature will allow you to know when someone has been checking out your one-on-one or Group chats. When someone looks at a conversation you are in, you will get a Peek a Peek emoji beside the chat in your Chat feed. You will only notice it if you have been looking at your Chat feed when they are peeking.

Here are the requirements if you want to turn on Peek a Peek feature on Snapchat –

Peek a Peek feature is a premium feature available only for Snapchat members. Before you’re able to enable it, you will need to have a Snapchat subscription.

Here are the steps you need to follow to turn on Peek a Peek feature on Snapchat –

  • Open Snapchat and then tap on your Bitmoji
  • After that, tap on Snapchat+
  • Alternatively, you can also tap on the Settings icon present at the top right corner
  • Then, tap on Snapchat+ once more and tap on “Features”
  • Now, you should toggle on “Peek a Peek” to turn on this feature
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