The first quarter of 2018 marks the beginning of a new era in social media.
We’re now seeing the rise of video on video platforms like Snapchat, and we’re seeing the growth of Snapchat Stories as a way to connect with friends.
This year, we’ve seen some amazing moments on both sides of the pond.
The Snapchat Stories phenomenon has been a hit across the United States, as well as around the world.
Today, we’re looking to look back on some of the highlights from the first quarter and what it means for the future.
The First Quarter 2017 Snapchat Stories Highlights: Snapchat has seen its share of stories across social media platforms in 2017, but there were a few things that stood out in 2017 that have not been seen in the past.
The first was the SnapChat Live Broadcast.
The SnapChat live broadcast allowed users to share content that was not posted by the original account they were using.
The live broadcast provided a unique way to share a SnapChat story, which allowed users and the media to share stories across platforms.
It also showed the user the content they shared, allowing for people to view it as an interactive conversation with the creator.
Snapchat also added an option for users to save their favorite stories, allowing them to share them over and over again on the platform.
Snapchat’s Live Broadcast continued to grow in popularity.
It was one of the top social media stories in the United Kingdom in 2018.
This was due in part to Snapchat Stories.
It brought together a number of different social media posts in a way that had no rhyme or reason.
The content that made up the Snapchat Live Broadcast was not created by the account the original Snapchat user shared the Snapchat with.
Rather, the content was created by a third party account that had a Snapchat account.
The account could then add it to their Snapchat profile, which would then allow the user to share it on their timeline and to the world at large.
This is exactly what Snapchat wanted to see.
It wanted to have a platform where they could share stories and users would be able to view them on their profile.
The Live Broadcast, however, did not make for a very good user experience.
The number of people who would log on to the Snapchat app was limited to around 1 million a day.
Even with the Live Broadcast feature, it was a difficult way to reach out to the Snapchat community.
Snapchat decided to add a third-party verification tool to the Live Broadcasting, which allows people to verify that they are who they say they are.
It will also show people who they are on Snapchat to be the person they say that they would like to be.
This makes it easier for people who want to make a connection to see if they are the person the media thinks they are, rather than someone who they have created.
The verification tool is currently available in the U.K., Germany, the Netherlands, Brazil, and the United Arab Emirates.
Snapchat will begin adding new features to the platform over the coming weeks.
One of the most interesting features coming to the service is the ability to upload videos directly from the app to YouTube and other video services.
The idea is that people can create content that is very specific to their friends, and not be uploaded to any other platform.
Snap will also be introducing a new Snapchat Stories feature that will allow people to share videos that are in the public domain and have no copyright issues.
Snapchat is also introducing a feature called Snap Stories with Friends that will let users share content from their friends that are already using the Snap app.
Snapchat has also announced plans to expand the number of Snapchat Groups and Snap Groups with Friends.
Snapchat Groups will allow users to create groups for their friends to join.
Snapchat Group members will be able create new groups and share content with other Snap Group members.
Snapchat plans to open up more Groups and Groups with friends over time.
Snapchat hopes to have Groups with Friend features in the coming months.
We will continue to monitor developments on these and other exciting features in 2018, and will update you as we hear more.
In the meantime, we have some important news about SnapChat.
The company is launching a new subscription service in the next few weeks.
The new service will offer access to an ad-free Snap app, as Snapchat continues to focus on mobile monetization and ad networks.
It’s expected that the service will launch in the second half of 2018, with the first version launching in early 2019.
In addition, Snapchat is adding new SnapChat Stories to its existing Stories app.
In 2018, Snap introduced Snapchat Stories with friends, which allow users and creators to share SnapChat stories that are shared by friends of the original content creator.
These Stories will include content that the original creator has shared with the Snap account, which will allow for the original creators audience to see the content.
In September 2018, Snapchat added a new feature called Snapchat Stories in the Stories app, which provides users with a list of SnapChat Friends