The Sarahah anonymous messaging application is currently controlling the Internet, which of course means that it is currently on all our social media channels. And hey, you know what? If you’ve wondered how to link your Sarahah and Snapchat accounts, I have good news: it’s easy. Really very easy. If you know how to embed links in your snaps, you basically have everything under control. Look, you go!
As suggested by Select All, the technology site of NY Mag, on July 27, Sarahah really began to gain strength when people, mostly teenagers, started combining them with Snapchat. In early July, a new Snapchat update enabled us to include links in our snaps, as did Instagram for the Stories feature in an update released in November 2016. With Sarahah on stage. Along with the Snapchat update, it was natural for people to use their personalized Sarahah URLs in their snaps to encourage and follow their friends to (hopefully) send good anonymous messages about Sarahah.
Fortunately, you do not have to be a teenager to use the combined power of Snapchat and Sarahah. To distribute your Sarahah URL through your Snapchat account so that you can receive as many anonymous compliments as you like:
Make A Sarahah Account
Simply download the app from the app store of your choice (the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store are options), open it, and tap Register. The screen you see here will be displayed. You can enter your username (used to create your personal Sarahah URL), your real name, and your password. Once you have everything configured, you will be redirected to your profile page.
Make a note of your Sarahah URL: it’s under your default icon (which you can update with a photo if you wish). The URL must be in the form [your username] .sarahah.com.
Open Snapchat And Take A Snap
You probably already know how to do that, but just to cover all our bases, all you have to do is take a picture of what you want to take a picture of and then press the big circle at the bottom of the screen. (This is my sofa … sorry for the cat hair covered macro of tapestry).
Tap The Paperclip Icon
We’ve started to embed the Sarahah link in the Snap. Touch the clip icon on the right. It is located above the “Submit” button.
Type In Your Sarahah URL
Do you remember the URL of Sarahah that we wrote down in the first step? The [your username] .sarahah.com? Write this here where it says “write URL”. (It is not necessary to specify “http: //” or similar, just [your username].) Sarahah.com works)
It should look like this:
Attach Your Sarahah URL To Your Snap
If you click “Done” after entering the URL, you will automatically be taken to this URL. There is also a “Add to Add-on” button at the bottom of the screen. Touch it
Send Your Snap
From the main screen, press “Send”, select your recipient on the “Send to …” screen and press “Send” again.
And that’s it!
You get your snap as always. Also (probably) it will open as usual.
But! As your Sarahah URL hangs from the bottom of Snap. If the recipient touches him, he will be redirected to his Sarahah page …
… where they can leave you with a “constructive message” if they so wish.
Happy Snapping! And uh … happy … Sarahah-ing? Really … it does not work as well as a verb, does it?
It does not matter I will show myself outside.
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