Fond of taking pictures? Do you enjoy clicking photos and sharing your stories with your friends online? Then you might be familiar with Snapchat. Snapchat is a trending social application that allows you to take photos and share them with your friends.
Snapchat primarily provides its user with the feature to click photos and share it with your friends.You can take photos in normal mode or you can use various trending photo edits. As this is also a social application it should be protected with a password, just for security purpose we suggest you to keep changing your password at regular intervals. It is not compulsory for you to change your password everyday but it is advisable to change it at a good interval for extra security.
As users preferably use their Snapchat account from their personal device only, still there are times when you might login to your account from a different device which might automatically save your password, this might result in unwanted break-in into your account. Changing passwords regularly can make them difficult to remember but it’s sensible to change them occasionally. As your Snapchat account might consists of your personal photos which you might have kept private and not shared it on social media, it is very important to keep your account secure and to make sure no one attempts to login to your account.
Please check out the video tutorial below to change your Snapchat password
Keeping your password secure
We keep password on our account to keep it secure but what happens if we forget our password? We will be restricted from opening our own account. We must always keep our password secure from others and also we must take special care not to misplace or forget password. As we do not purposely forget or misplace password still there are ways to avoid these circumstances to some limit.
- Use different password
If you are one of many users who have multiple accounts and prefer to use same password for all of your accounts just to avoid forgetting password, we suggest you not to use same password for all the accounts. Don’t use the same password on more than one account. If a hacker cracks it, then all of the information protected by that password on other accounts could also be compromised.
- Use different characters
Try using different characters into your password to make it hard for others to guess.
- Do not use predictable word or phrases
There are many ways to predict your password. Do not use predictable words or phrases also avoid using your own name or number for password as this will be the first guess of hackers.
- Don’t write down your password
You might feel the need to save or write down your password so that when you forget you can check out what it was. But that can reveal your password to other people also.
- Change passwords on a regular basis
Using the same password for longer periods could put your information at risk.
- Create longer passwords
The longer the password, the harder it may be to crack.