Are you worried about your videos being seen by the wrong people on your phone? Well, Snapchat has a feature called ‘My Eyes Only’ that allows you to hide your videos and photos from others. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of adding a video from your camera roll into ‘My Eyes Only.’
Step 1: Open Snapchat
First, open the Snapchat app on your phone. Ensure that you are logged in to your account.
Step 2: Access Your Profile
To access your profile, swipe down from the top of the camera screen or tap on the Bitmoji icon in the top left corner of the app.
Step 3: Access Your Memories
Once you are on your profile page, click on ‘Memories.’ It’s located under your Snapcode and displays all of your saved snaps.
Step 4: Choose the Video You Want to Add
Select the video that you want to add to ‘My Eyes Only’ by scrolling through your camera roll. You can select a single video or multiple videos at once.
Step 5: Tap and Hold
Once you have chosen the video(s), tap and hold it until a menu appears. From this menu, select ‘Move.’
Step 6: Move Video to ‘My Eyes Only’
A new menu will appear with different options to move your snap. Select ‘My Eyes Only.’ This option will move your selected videos to a private folder that is password-protected.
If it’s your first time using this feature, Snapchat will ask you to set up a password for ‘My Eyes Only.’
- To set up a password:
- Enter a unique four-digit passcode and re-enter it to confirm.
- Once you have set up a password, you can access your hidden snaps anytime by entering the passcode.
Step 7: Verify Video is in ‘My Eyes Only’
Lastly, verify that your video is in ‘My Eyes Only’ by selecting it from the Memories tab. If it’s there, congratulations! Your video is now secure and only visible to you.
Snapchat’s ‘My Eyes Only’ feature offers an excellent way to keep your private videos safe. By following these simple steps, you can easily add videos from your camera roll to this secure folder. Now you can enjoy sharing snaps with your friends without worrying about others seeing something they shouldn’t.