Read on to learn two easy ways to do it and feel like even more of a Snapchat boss. Sure, you might know how to blow up emoji characters or how to write more than one line of text in the app, but there are plenty of other tricks left — like sending photos from your Camera Roll to friends.And only young people in the UK can sign up for an account and use the 1-2-1 counsellor chat, email and message boards on our site.But all young people can read our advice and use the rest of our site.Or contact a counsellor online using 1-2-1 counsellor chat. If you go abroad and need to contact Childline, you might be charged.But you can still get support and advice from our website. Calls are not recorded and your number won't show up on any phone bills.
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Open your Camera Roll, select the photo you want to send, and then tap the More button with three dots. Once that's done, you can select any photo and open it in Snapchat. Open up the app, search for your friend's name, swipe left on it, and tap the image icon.
Once you do that, your camera roll will open up below it.
You can choose to keep it there by tapping on it and it will save.
But, if you tap again, it will un-save and disappear from the chat.