If you are active on social media, you most probably aren’t a stranger to ‘emojis’. They are little stickers that vary from faces with different expressions to heart symbols. They are the visual representation of your feelings and mood.
From sad emojis to happy ones; from angry to frustrated ones, emojis have their own world and meaning.
Whenever you don’t feel like replying with text messages, emojis can become your escape route. Just send a ‘smiley face’ or ‘heart’ and you are good to go.
Most of us associate emojis with Facebook and WhatsApp. People use a lot of emojis in their daily WhatsApp messages.
But did you know that Snapchat has its own set of emojis which have varied significance? Yes, Snapchat uses emojis to denote your relationship with friends on the app.
These cute little emojis appear next to your friend’s name and say a lot about your friendship with that person on Snapchat.
You will find emojis like ‘yellow heart’, ‘red heart’, ‘pink hearts’, and baby faces with different expressions next to your friends’ names. If you are wondering what the ‘yellow heart’ means, read more to find out.
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What Does the Yellow Heart Mean on Snapchat?
‘Yellow heart’ is the most sought-after emoji on Snapchat and for good reason. The yellow heart defines your close relationship with your friend.
It means that the person whose name has a yellow heart next to it is your ‘best friend’ on Snapchat and you are theirs.
If you communicate with this person daily through snaps, videos, and messages, and they also send you the same on a regular basis then you both will acquire the status of ‘#1 best friend’ or ‘top friend’ of each other.
This shows your level of engagement with the person on Snapchat, and with the app itself. If at any point, you don’t message your friend for a few days, your status will be demoted to a lower one.
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However, if you continue communicating with the same person for two consecutive weeks then you will be promoted to the status of ‘BFF’, denoted by a red emoji.
It can be difficult to get the yellow heart if you send too many snaps to multiple friends simultaneously. To acquire the yellow heart, message a single person continuously.
Send them snaps, selfies, videos, and texts, and maintain the streak for two weeks to get that much-desired status of ‘#1 best friend’ and the yellow heart.