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Apparently, the team at the self-destructing messenger forgot to mention that you can now invite friends, followers, colleagues, in-laws to add you on the social network by creating your special code on Snapchat and letting them scan it.
If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:
This code looks like a QR-code but it features the well-known ghost. You can access it from the Snapchat camera, then by tapping the ghost logo at the top of the screen.
Here’s how it looks:
If I put this here does that mean you’ll scan it and add me on snapchat? pic.twitter.com/jkdrTAnaLy
— Owen Dennis (@OweeeeenDennis) January 28, 2015
Will other social networks follow?
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