Tapping on their BitMoji will open their story and allow you to message them directly to say hi or make plans.
There are ways to control who can (and can’t) see you on Snap Map.
Once you have access to the feature, Snapchat will ask if you want to share your location with all of your friends, a few friends or go completely off the map with Ghost Mode.
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