YOLO allows Snapchat users to send anonymous questions to other users. This application has the possibility to be misused to send abusive anonymous messages. To overcome abusive anonymous messages, you can block anonymous messages using Yolo on Snapchat.
YOLO is an application developed using Snap Kit, a platform from Snapchat that can be used by developers to integrate their own app with the Snapchat app. YOLO allows you to send anonymous questions to other Snapchat users in the form of Snapchat messages or Stories.
You can change privacy settings in the Snapchat app to prevent abuse for bullying such as abusive anonymous messages using YOLO. You don’t want to receive short videos or nude photos from a maniac who gives random questions right?
How to Prevent Anonymous Messages Using Yolo on Snapchat
- Open the Snapchat application on your iPhone, because YOLO is currently only available on the iPhone.
- Tap the Snapchat’s ghost icon in the center of the top of the screen.
- Go to the Snapchat’s Settings, represented by a gear icon at the top right of the screen to access the settings.
- Select Send me snaps: scroll to the Who can … section and press the first option Send me snaps.
- Select My friends option. You will see the following question: Who is allowed to send me snaps? If Everyone is checked, anyone, including strangers, can send you snaps. Choose My friends option. This will allow your friends only who can send you messages, including questions from YOLO.
This setting is very important because it can prevent strangers who are not your friends from sending strange things to you. Make sure only your friends can send messages or snaps to you on Snapchat or YOLO. Another thing that can be done to prevent abusive message is by selecting who you want to make friends with on Snapchat, you better add friends that you really know on Snapchat.
So that’s how to block anonymous messages using Yolo on Snapchat. Make sure you do it to prevent abuse or bullying using YOLO on Snapchat.