Observing their non response to your Snapchat messages or snaps may be a telltale sign that they’ve blocked you or unfriended you from their friends list.
To verify if someone has blocked you on Snapchat, open your app and search for their name or username. If an error message such as “Failed to send message – Tap to try again” appears when sending, this could be an indicator that they have indeed blocked you.
Send a message to them
Blocking someone on Snapchat means that they no longer wish to communicate with you for various reasons, including bullying, excessive nagging or just wanting more privacy. Unfortunately there’s nothing you can do about it; however there are ways you can check if someone has blocked you via the app; check their chat history – if they have deleted you from their friend list or their chat is empty – this indicates they have blocked you and should be treated as such.
An alternative way to determine whether someone has blocked you is searching their username on another account. This method works best if you know both their username and full name; click on the magnifying glass icon at the top of either conversations tab or snap tab, enter their username or full name into the search box, and if no results show up after searching they most likely blocked you.
Checking your Friends List: Another way of checking if someone has blocked you is checking your Friends List. If someone’s name doesn’t appear there, that could indicate they either blocked you or deleted their account altogether. Attempt adding them again but if they reject your friend request then it could indicate they have indeed blocked you.
No matter why someone blocks you, it is essential that you respect their decision. Although you may feel disappointed about their choice to block you, remember they are protecting their own privacy by blocking you; otherwise they would receive any messages you try sending even when sent as snaps or messages from you. However, you can still attempt to resolve any misunderstandings through other channels such as text or phone call, so as to prevent further problems arising.
Check your chat history
One telltale sign of someone blocking you on Snapchat is their name not appearing when searching. You can do this by opening the app, tapping the speech bubble icon next to capture, and going through chats until your name no longer shows up in any search results – this indicates they may have deleted their account or blocked you completely. Alternatively, try searching using another account or asking mutual friends if they know any better ways of finding them.
If you find them, send a message. If an automated response reads: “Failed to send your message – Tap to try again”, this could indicate you have been blocked. Another telltale sign may be their stories or snaps no longer showing up in your feed, suggesting they have either removed you from their friends list or blocked you.
Not everyone will accept your friendship request on Snapchat; that is their right and should be respected. However, if it becomes difficult to reach them or they fail to respond to your snaps, it might be time for parting ways. Some may choose to block you if they believe that you’re being bullied or being a nuisance – in which case contact Snapchat support immediately as filing reports will likely increase confusion further and compromise privacy more severely than resolution directly with them could.
Check their snap score
Being blocked on social media can be frustrating, particularly if you are trying to make contact. There are various methods available to you in Snapchat for verifying whether a person has blocked you; you could check chat history, search the user on another account or ask mutual friends. While these measures might appear excessive or intrusive, they’re actually the best way of ascertaining whether someone has indeed blocked you.
One telltale sign that someone has blocked you is when their name no longer appears in your chat list. Snapchat removes chat tabs when someone blocks, making this method only reliable if you recently conversed with them.
If the only Bitmoji that appears next to their username is one containing their face, this could be a telltale sign that they’ve blocked you – however this doesn’t always occur; sometimes people simply delete their Bitmoji without intending to block anyone specifically.
An alternative method for checking whether someone has blocked you is visiting their profile and observing their snap score, a public indicator of how active a user is on Snapchat. If someone with a high snap score has not blocked you, this indicates they likely haven’t done so yet.
Try sending them a snap and seeing if they receive it; if not, that could indicate they have blocked you. Or add them as friends on Snapchat to see if they accept your friend request; if not, this would indicate they may have blocked you as well.
If all else fails, ask a mutual friend to search Snapchat for them and see if they have deleted or deactivated their account – this indicates whether you have been blocked; otherwise it could indicate they still use Snapchat but have not updated their privacy settings, in which case it would be respectful to respect their decision and refrain from reaching out directly.
Check their profile
If you suspect someone has blocked you on Snapchat, there are various ways you can verify this. First, search their profile using their username or full name; if their name doesn’t show up there it could indicate they have deleted you from their friends list or blocked you on Snapchat. Also try searching another account where their name may appear to see if their presence can be confirmed.
If someone has blocked you, they will no longer appear in your chat history despite having spoken before. To test if they are blocking you further, send them a message or snap. If it bounces back with an automated message that says: “Failed to send message – Tap to try again”, this may be an indicator that they have blocked you.
Search their username or full name on another Snapchat account to see if their profile appears – this would indicate they haven’t blocked you!
Another way of checking whether someone has blocked you on Snapchat is to examine their stories. If they haven’t posted anything within the last several days, that may be an indicator that they have blocked you.
If you share a mutual friend on Snapchat, ask them to search for the user using either their username or full name. If they cannot locate them, this could be an indicator that they’ve blocked you or deleted their account altogether; alternatively they could delete their entire contact list instead; in such instances it might not be clear cut so try reaching out on other platforms instead; respect their decision and move on if needed.