What Does the Red Heart Mean on Snapchat

Snapchat users enjoy sharing selfies and videos with their friends without the worry that they will be seen by others for an extended period of time. Snapchat has a feature where a user receives a notification if someone screenshots or re-plays one of their Snaps. Apart from that, people use Snapchat to communicate because chats disappear once the chat or group chat is closed. To avoid losing text from the app, the user must save it.

Snapchat also provides emojis that appear to the right of each friend’s chat name to make the chatting experience more interesting. These emojis on chats represent friendship, and it is easy for a person to tell if they have recently talked to a friend. Every emoji has meaning because it represents or exhibits the strength of two Snapchat friends. The more you share selfies and messages with someone on this social platform, the more frequently the emoji changes. These emojis, however, are time-limited and will vanish if you don’t talk to the person for more than two days. Many people are confused as to what does the red heart mean on Snapchat. Everything you need to know is right here.

What Does the Red Heart Mean on Snapchat?

According to many reports, the color red and red-colored objects represent danger, strength, power, determination, as well as passion, desire, and love. Because red is such an intense color, it is associated with strong emotions and feelings. This is why many people give red roses as a gift to a friend on various occasions to show the intensity of their love for them. If, on Snapchat, a red heart appears next to a friend, it means that you have been #1 best friends for two weeks straight. This shows that you sent the most snaps to this friend every day for two weeks, and they reciprocated in kind. This also reveals that you and your friend are more involved in sharing Snaps with each other than the majority of your friends on your friend’s list.

Snapchat does not only have red heart, but also a yellow heart and small pink hearts. Both emojis are rewarded after two months of maintaining your streak. After two months of constant chat, pink hearts emoji is rewarded. The Yellow Star is only marked for the best friend you’ve been sending the most snaps.

What Does the Red Heart Mean on Snapchat

Other Snapchat Friend Emojis Meaning

Snapchat currently has nine Friend emojis, which are discussed further below.

🎂 Birthday

When it is a friend’s birthday, the birthday emoji appears next to his or her name. This is a one-time-only emoji that appears only on someone’s birthday.

🔥 Snapchat streak

The fire emoji, also known as Snap streak, appears next to a friend’s name when you have exchanged snaps (photos and videos, not text messages or chats) with each other for more than three days in a row. When this fire emoji (snap streak) appears, a number appears. The number represents the number of days you have been on a streak, that is, the number of days you have been sending snaps to each other continuously.

️ Hourglass

When a streak is about to end, the Snapchat hourglass emoji appears. The hourglass emoji appears when you and your friend are on a streak and haven’t sent each other snaps in the last 24 hours. It serves as a reminder that your streak is about to end and that you must send snaps to each other within 24 hours to keep it going.

Other Snapchat Friend Emojis Meaning

😎 Sunglasses

The sunglasses emoji is known as the Mutual Best Friends emoji. It appears next to someone’s name when one of your Best Friends is also one of that person’s Best Friends, indicating that you both have a mutual friend who is one of your Snapchat Best Friends.

😬 Mutual Besties

This emoji emerges when you have a mutual #1 best friend. It shows your #1 best friend is also their #1 best friend.

😊 Smile emoji

This emoji, known as the Best Friends emoji, appears on Snapchat when you send a lot of snaps to someone but he or she is not the person you send the most snaps to (he/she is a good friend, but not the #1 best friend).

💛 Yellow Heart emoji (Besties)

The yellow heart emoji, also known as the Gold Heart emoji, appears when you are each other’s #1 best friend, as previously discussed.

️ Red Heart (BFF)

When you are each other’s #1 best friend for two weeks in a row, the yellow heart turns red.

💕 Pink Hearts (Super BFF)

When you’ve been each other’s #1 best friend for two months in a row, the red heart on Snapchat turns into two pink hearts