Snapchat, which hosts one of the youngest demographics in social media, encounters quirky and fun challenges regularly. These challenges help to strengthen the bond with your friends with Snapchat and even help you get noticed on the platform. We’ll help you today with some templates and ideas that you can put up on Snapchat as Stories.
How to add a Story on Snapchat?
Snapchat was the originator of the popular Story feature — the feature we now enjoy on Facebook , WhatsApp, Instagram, and even Twitter. So, obviously the methodology is quite straightforward.
To add a story, first, log in to your Snapchat account and go to the ‘Camera’ tab.
Now, since you would be adding from the gallery, you would have to either tap the ‘Gallery’ button or swipe from the bottom of the screen.
Now, pick the image you want to use as your template, and hit the send button.
Then, add it to ‘My Story.’
And finally, confirm.
That’s all. Your Snapchat Story will go live and stay visible for 24 hours.
Best Snapchat challenges to have fun with friends
Snapchat does not, per se, have a dedicated platform for discovering all the games and challenges. If you’re creative and resourceful enough, though, you can easily find or create templates that might help you get some traction on Snapchat. We’ll discuss a couple of ideas here that you can use.
This elaborate template is a great Snapchat ice-breaker by Pinterest account, ‘Latest Instagram Captions.’ It’s basically a set of interesting questions — full name, best friends, favorite colors, favorite songs, type of phone you have, whether you want to have kids, and the likes — that can be put up as a Snapchat story in an attempt to converse with Snapchatters colleagues.
Questionnaire for you
If you want to know your followers even better, it’s probably a smart idea to give them the chance to know you better. As you can see, this template asks the participants to select any number from 1 to 25, and you will be compelled to answer.
Cell phone game
This is a unique assumption of the entire bit of “getting to know users” This image posted on Pinterest by ‘Showers, Parties, and More’ asks users to calculate their scores using the items they have on their mobile phones. The template is pretty interesting corners, from having ‘a selfie as a lock screen’ to texting history with mum.
If you want more engagement and want to share your story as much as possible, try to attract users to get others to the fold. And there’s no better way to achieve that than making your Snapchat followers mention their friends. This image asks your followers to tag, based on the smile, reliability, height and more of a person. However, be sure that you are not unintentionally hurting a sensitive person or group before using the list by ‘Storytemps.’
This or That
Since the lockdown, Instagram and Snapchat had seen a lot of ‘This or That.’ If you are yet to participate in one, though, you could surely kick things off by using this neat template by ‘Sequins & Spatulas.’ Here, you’re giving your followers 12 pairs of options and asking them to tell you about their preferences. If you don’t want to post a blank template, you could easily post your preferences in that story and tag a few of your friends. Thus the status will continue to circulate, giving you exposure along the way.
We have covered five different engagement methods so let’s add the missing piece to the puzzle: Emojis. Now, in terms of the questions this questionnaire is not that unique, per se. But it’s completely different format and execution. Here, one of the three ways you would answer your questions — yes, no, and maybe. And of course your followers are free to submit their question by selecting any of the 16 emojis.
Jars of Fear
Every single one of us is afraid of one thing or the other. We don’t always admit them publicly but it’s not daunting to tell another person know, privately. To maximize engagement this template by Imgur banks on the same line of thought. There are a total of 28 hollow jars in here, as you can see. Your followers will need to fill up the jars and share them with you, depending on their fears. In the same way, by telling about some of your fears, you can offer them a safe space. While the idea is quite unique, it is important to remember that not many would be interested in opening themselves up to a relative stranger. So make sure you control your standards before you dive in.
The former entrant of emoji was used as a tool only to lead to to tougher questions. This one is simply about having fun and sharing the emojis love that you have. As you can see, this template asks your followers to tell you about the emojis they use the most, or to use them to answer a few simple questions like the current weather, their mood, and the country they want to visit the most. To start things off, at first, you could fill in the sheet yourself and mention a few friends to be involved.
Circle your favorites
We’ve already been through one version of multiple-choice questions, called ‘This or That.’ This well-crafted template, which in philosophy is somewhat similar, benefits from more options. You are offering up to five, instead of choosing from two options. And you can get the ball rolling, as always, by first filling out the form yourself.
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