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Snapchat just announced the launch of Spotlight, a Snapchat feature that functions like TikTok and Instagram Reels.
The Here For You feature will provide proactive in-app support to Snapchatters who may be experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis
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Learn how to manage your child's privacy settings on Snapchat with our step-by-step how-to guides.
Snapchat can be a fun way to share photo and video content of daily life but also carries several risks. We outline how to ensure your child snaps safely.
Why not do some digital spring cleaning? We have provided steps on how to delete or deactivate some of the most popular social media apps and platforms.
Young teen opens up about the role of social media in his day to day life while experiencing the impact of COVID-19 pandemic.
Created in 2016, by three students, Tellonym is an anonymous messaging app that lets you ask and answer questions about each other anonymously and non-anonymously, it’s popular among teens.
Learn about the different ways that the most popular social networking platforms are working to stop the spread of fake news online.

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