How To Activate a New Snapchat Account

How To Activate a New Snapchat Account

What is Snapchat Account?

Snapchat is a visual social media platform where users can share fleeting pictures and videos. After launching in 2011 and releasing the Stories function in 2013, Snapchat has grown to become one of the top social media platforms in the world.

How To Activate a New Snapchat Account

  1. Go to
  2. Next to New to Snapchat?
  3. Enter your name and a username.
  4. Make a secure password that will be easy to remember.
  5. Enter in a valid email address.
  6. Enter your birthday.
  7. You can then verify your account to secure it by downloading Snapchat on your phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you activate your Snapchat account?

It’s easy! Just log back in to the Snapchat app with your username within 30 days of deactivating your account. While your account is deactivated, you can only log in with your username and password. You can’t log in with your email address and you can’t change your password.

Why is my Snapchat not activating?

Your access to Snapchat may be temporarily disabled if you have attempted to log in too many times in a short period. If this happens and you’re sure that you have the correct login details, please wait before trying to log in again.

How do I reactivate my temporarily disabled Snapchat account?

My account has been temporarily locked

You can try logging back in via the app or on the web by going here, and selecting ‘Unlock.’ Be sure to take a look at some of the common reasons your account may have been locked before logging back in again, otherwise it may become permanently locked.

How do I start a new Snapchat?

To set up your account on your mobile device:

  1. First, you’ll need to download the Snapchat app for iOS or Android.
  2. Open the Snapchat app.
  3. Tap Sign Up to create a new account.
  4. Enter your name and tap Sign Up & Accept.
  5. Enter your date of birth.
  6. Create a username.

How long does it take to activate your account on Snapchat?

If you recently deactivated your account, you may need to wait 24 hours to reactivate your account again. Restart the Snapchat app. If you’re having trouble signing into your account and it has been over 24 hours, try restarting your app. On Android, swipe up from the bottom, hold, and then let go.

Why can’t I make a new Snapchat account after being banned?

If you try to set up a new account with the same email address or phone number used to sign up for the original one, Snapchat will recognize this information and reject you from making an account. This means that if you have been banned, you will not be able to use Snapchat again.

Why can’t I create a Snapchat account on my phone?

Snapchat can detect the IP address of the device you used to create your account. This means that if you try to make a new account on your current phone or mobile device, it may end up getting blocked again. To get around this issue, install Snapchat on a completely new device and set up a new username and password.

Why is my Snapchat account disabled?

We may detect that you are using more than one Snapchat account – especially if one of those accounts has violated our Terms of Service. If this happens, you may not be able to use Snapchat on your device for an extended period of time. Please try logging in again later, and be sure to adhere to our Terms of Service.

Can I recover a deactivated Snapchat account?

Here’s how to recover a deleted Snapchat account: If it’s been less than 30 days since you deleted your account, you can reactivate it by logging back in with your username and password. If it’s been more than 30 days since you deleted your account, you can try contacting Snapchat support for help.

How long is a Snapchat account temporarily disabled?

Snapchat may lock your account if they detect suspicious activity such as adding too many friends, using unauthorized third-party apps, or violating their guidelines. If your account has a temporary lock, you can log back in after 24 hours.