You may have received notifications on Snapchat about an “unseen story,” but what does that mean? Here’s everything you need to know about “unseen stories” on Snapchat.
Snapchat, a multimedia instant messaging platform, has millions of active users around the world who use the app daily to share images, videos and direct messages with their friends.
People can also post using the popular “stories” feature in the app, which is an image or video on your profile that disappears after 24 hours.
Some Snapchat users report receiving notifications about “unseen history” on behalf of a user of one of their contacts, however, many do not understand what this notification actually means.
If you also received this notification and want to know why, here’s all you need to know.
What does “unseen story” mean in Snapchat?
The “unseen history” notification on Snapchat means that one of your contacts has posted a story that you haven’t seen yet, and the app will remind you to view it before it automatically disappears after a 24-hour period.
Some users have stated that, in their opinion, the notification means that one of their contacts has “not viewed” the story they posted, however, it currently seems impossible to remove your view from someone’s story after you have seen it.
You can manage your Snapchat notifications by logging into the app, clicking your profile, and then the gear icon. Scroll to “notifications” and select which notifications you want to enable or disable.
Is it possible to cancel browsing history in Snapchat?
Currently, it is not possible to “cancel viewing” a story in Snapchat. Once you’ve seen someone’s story, you can’t revoke your viewing afterwards. The original poster can be seen by everyone who viewed their story.