How To Make Your Snapchat A Subscription?

how to make your snapchat a subscription

Snapchat is a popular platform for brands, influencers, and everyday people to build a following. A subscriber count can help you gauge your following.

A subscription button is needed, however, in order to build a base of subscribers. New Snapchat users, especially those unfamiliar with the app, struggle to figure out how to get a subscribe button.

You might be wondering what Snapchat subscriptions are and how you can access them if you’re new to the app or haven’t explored its full range of features beyond messaging friends.

The purpose of this article is to show you how to get a subscribe button for Snapchat.

What Does Subscribe Mean On Snapchat?

Snapchat subscriptions work similarly to YouTube subscriptions – they allow you to subscribe to your favorite creators and brands so you can watch their content more conveniently.

Subscribing to Snapchat is free, and you can manage your subscriptions and notifications under the Discover tab.

How To Make Your Snapchat A Subscription?

Create a public Snapchat profile in order to add the ‘Subscribe’ button to your Snapchat account. To start, make sure your Snapchat app is installed on your device with your Snapchat account.

Steps to Make your Snapchat a Subscription:

Step 1: Open Snapchat App

Open Snapchat App. Click on your Bitmoji on the top left corner of the screen

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Step 2: Tap On ‘Create Public Profile’

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Step 3: Click On Get Started

Upon choosing to Create Public Profile, a pop-up will appear. Select Get started after reviewing the conditions.

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Step 4: Click On Create

Click Create after you have reviewed all the features and updates.

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Step 5: Tap On “My Public Profile”

You can return to your profile by clicking on your Bitmoji. You can now find a new section under the ‘Public Profiles’ heading named ‘My Public Profile’.

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Step 6: Click On “Edit Profile”

Tap Edit profile to edit your profile here. Subscriptions will see this information when you publish your profile.

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Step 7: Tap On “Add Profile Photo

Taping on the ‘Add Profile Photo’ option now lets you add a profile picture. Your bio and location can also be added.

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Step 8: Click On “Show Subscriber Count

You can also select “Show subscriber count” from the drop-down menu. By selecting this option, the public can see how many subscribers you currently have. 

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Step 9: Click On “Preview Profile” Button

You can preview your profile publicly by clicking on the Preview profile button. Here you can see how your profile will appear to the public.

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If you follow the above steps, you’ll be able to add a subscribe button to your profile by creating a public profile.

There is now a ‘Subscribe‘ button on your Snapchat account that will appear to other users.

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What Does Snapchat Mean When It Says Subscribe Instead Of Add Friends?

The subscription option was recently added to Snapchat and will allow users to connect and share photos, videos, and stories with a larger audience. 

On Snapchat, you may be able to add people to your friend list or followers by choosing ‘Subscribe’ rather than ‘Add Friends’.

It is possible to display the *5K subscribers on your Snapchat profile, but you need to go through a few steps to get those subscribers.

There are several reasons to show Subscribe rather than Add Friends:

  • The person you used to be friends with unfriends you on Snapchat for whatever reason.
  • There is also the possibility of someone accepting your friend request, but then removing you from their friends list after a few days or weeks. For this reason, you’ll see the option to subscribe on their profile. It’s a cheap way of gaining followers.
  • If you have a publicly accessible account, then this is the most legitimate reason. You will receive a subscription option instead of the friend add-on if you choose to make your Snapchat account public. Those who wish to follow your account must subscribe.

Requirements For Using Snapchat’s Subscription

It is now possible to create a public profile for Snapchat. It makes it possible for users to share their content with a larger audience. 

In addition, it gives you the opportunity to collaborate with other content creators and marketers. As the number of your followers grows, your popularity with the users will also grow.

The following criteria need to be met in order to use Snapchat’s subscription feature.

To create the public profile, you may set all privacy settings including the ‘Contact me’ and ‘Notifications’ to ‘Everyone’.

Here are some requirements for having a Subscribe button on Snapchat:

  • The number of followers you have on Snapchat should be between 400 and 1000.
  • A minimum of two months has passed since your Snapchat profile was created.
  • At least one bidirectional friend of yours must have accepted your friend request and you must have reciprocated.

Once you have a certain number of followers, you can proceed to establish your subscription.

Are You Able To Message Someone When You Subscribe To On Snapchat?

There are two answers to that question: yes and no. 

The condition for ‘Yes’ is that you are able to send messages to unsubscribed individuals. The recipient will receive the message, but it will appear as a pending message. You need to subscribe to the Snapchat account you will be sending a message from in order for your message to be delivered. 

Additionally, the above statement explains why the answer is ‘no’. If you have not subscribed to their account, your message will appear as ‘Pending’ on their account even though it has been delivered. 

Here are some Don’ts for subscribing to Snapchat:

  • Underage: Snapchat subscription tags cannot be obtained unless you’re 18 years or older.
  • Bi-directional Friend: Snapchat subscriptions require a minimum of one bidirectional friend.
  • Your Snapchat subscription will not be active if you just created your account 24 hours ago.


Getting the subscribe button on Snapchat can only be done one of two ways. You need to first gain some followers for a good reach, and then you can change the setup by going to the public profile and creating a new public profile that shows the Subscribe button instead of the Add friend’s option.