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How To Use Snapchat "Story Playlist" & Be The DJ Of Your Own Feed


Snapchat has developed into one of the most dominating social platforms in the market. But with the platform's latest update, you'll be able to curate your feed so that you only see the content that you really want to.

This article originally appeared on Bustle

Great news: Snapchat has a new feature that will keep you from accidentally watching your ex's videos on the auto loop!

A new update is headed your way and you're definitely going to want to know how to use the Snapchat "Story Playlist". Yes, Snapchat is introducing a new Story Playlist feature that will allow you to be the DJ of your own video feed.

Never again will you accidentally watch a video that you didn't want to see, simply because it was queued up in your video loop. You know how it goes: everything's fine and dandy, you're watching Heidi Montag's dogs get groomed, you're watching your best friend drink a PSL, you're watching your old roommate work out to the new Kanye record, you're watching Kylie drawn on her arms with her new lip glosses, you're watching your favorite ex-Vine star really make the most of the filters with different characters assigned to each one — you're totally distracted with entertainment, and them BAM. You don't know what you're watching at first, but then you realize it's your ex wearing the dog filter in the backseat of a taxi, with his new fling and they're pretend licking each other's faces with the filter's animation. C'mon, that's happened to you, too.

Then you're all stressed out because to them, it looks like you were watching their videos, willfully. They don't know that it was accidental, and you're not ready to delete them from your feed just yet. This is where the Stories Playlist comes in to save your (social) life. With this new feature, you can curate your feed. You can pick the people who you want to play automatically on Auto Advance (the feature responsible for that relentless connection of video to video). Here's how you'll do it:


Read the full story by Kaitlyn Wylde at Bustle

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