Snapchat is a popular social networking software that individuals use to keep their friends up to speed on their daily lives. Not only that, but the app is also recognised for having extremely rigorous privacy restrictions for its users.
Among those regulations is the screenshot notification function, which alerts users when a friend screenshots their chat, photo, or snap. People often take screenshots of things they consider important from chats with their friends, or even screenshot a friend’s snap storey, but this notifies the other person immediately, raising suspicions.
There are a few ‘unofficial’ ways to save a screenshot without informing the other person in order to avoid embarrassment.
Google Assistant is a virtual assistant created by Google.
Why disgrace yourself when you can have your Google Assistant do the job for you? Go to the photo you want to save and ask Google Assistant to take a screenshot by saying “Ok Google.”
But there’s a catch: your screenshot won’t be saved to the gallery automatically.
Simply go to the desired snap, enable Airplane mode, take a screenshot, and then disable the latter. Now you can enjoy seeing your gallery-saved photo without informing the other person!
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