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    After getting snapped, Snapchat is alive again

    Snapchat Snapped for brief period and troubled users, but the company was quick to resolve it and it is back doing what it does.

    It was on Wednesday morning, reports from users came in that Snap Streaks were at risk as many users reported they couldn’t successfully post story updates or send messages on the service.

    In a tweet, the Snapchat Support Twitter account confirmed the issues, telling people to “hang tight, we’re looking into it!”

    The core problem of the Snapchat issue was unclear, but this doesn’t seem to be a Facebook-level event. The app itself was still mostly functional for some of us, and if you weren’t trying to post, you may not have noticed anything wrong right away. It also wasn’t crashing constantly, which has been a problem for Snapchat.

    Snapchat in a tweet had consoled users We’re aware that some Snapchatters are having issues using the app right now – hang tight, we’re looking into it!

    At about 10:31AM ET the Snapchat Support Twitter account confirmed the issue is fixed, and everything is working again on our end.

    Snapchat assures users support at all times

    If you are still having trouble accessing your Snapchat account after following these steps, you can contact us here, , and we can help provide further support 73031420

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