Snapchat has a new report out about the effects of the app on people’s mental health. The report, commissioned by the company, followed 1,000 people using the app. It found positive and negative effects of active and passive use. The report concludes that Snapchat has positive benefits for mental health. But a more compelling question is: Why don’t people use Snapchat? Here are some reasons why. We’ve discussed these reasons in previous articles.
First of all, Snapchat has many features that make it a social media phenomenon. You can share your photos and videos with your friends, but they will disappear after 24 hours. You should therefore think twice before sharing these photos with the world. Also, keep in mind that Snapchat photos disappear after 24 hours, so think twice before sharing them with others. If you don’t like it, don’t share it. But don’t let that discourage you!
In addition to these reasons, Snapchat’s founder is also a young man. At just twenty-four, he’s far too young to be running a multi-billion dollar company. Moreover, he’s very secretive and rarely communicates with his employees. Snapchat’s popularity may be a reflection of this young man’s secretive nature. Nonetheless, the company’s founder’s age is another reason why people don’t use the app.
Another reason why people don’t use Snapchat is because of its lack of privacy features. While the app does have an option to share private snaps, it isn’t a public profile. It also has strict restrictions on editing and posting content. Unlike Instagram, Snapchat’s privacy settings mean that the recipient won’t be able to compare himself to others, which makes it ideal for everyday moments. That’s why it’s also called a ghost app.