How to Change My Eyes Only Password on Snapchat

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How to Change My Eyes Only Password on Snapchat

My Eyes Only is your private snaps folder that only you can see.

The feature is secured by a 4-digit password that you can change.

If you forget it, My Eyes Only Snaps become inaccessible.

Snapchat can’t reset it for you and get your hidden snaps back.

In this article, you’ll learn how to change the My Eyes Only password in your Snapchat account.

How to change My Eyes Only password on Snapchat:

  1. Open Snapchat and swipe up from the bottom on the main page
  2. Select “My Eyes Only”
  3. Tap on “Options”
  4. Tap on “Change Passcode”
  5. Enter your current passcode
  6. Enter a new passcode
  7. Confirm your new passcode
  8. Tap on “Continue”

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How to Change My Eyes Only Password on Snapchat

Guide on How to Change My Eyes Only Password on Snapchat

Changing your Snapchat password is easy. First, you must go to My Eyes Only on your Snapchat account.

  • Open Snapchat and swipe up from the bottom on the main page.
Snapchat menu
Snapchat menu

This only works on the main page, where you can take pictures.

  • Select My Eyes Only
Snapchat Memories page
Snapchat Memories page

You’ll have to scroll through the top menu to reach the My Eyes Only option.

  • Tap on Options
Options on Snapchat Memories page
Options on the Snapchat Memories page

Here, you’ll have the option of accessing your My Eyes Only section.

But you don’t need to do that.

Tap on Options instead.

  • Tap on Change Passcode
Change Snapchat passcode
Change Snapchat passcode

You’ll have two options – Change Passcode and Forgot Passcode.

You’ll need your old one to change the passcode, so tap on Change Passcode.

  • Enter your current passcode
Enter current passcode on Snapchat
Enter the current passcode on Snapchat
  • Enter a new passcode
Enter a new passcode on Snapchat
Enter a new passcode on Snapchat
  • Confirm your new passcode
Confirm new passcode on Snapchat
Confirm the new passcode on Snapchat
  • Tap on Continue
Finalize changing your Snapchat passcode
Finalize changing your Snapchat passcode

Conclusion

That was simple, right?

To change your My Eyes Only Password, go to the Snapchat app, swipe up – My Eyes Only – Options – Change Passcode – Continue.

That’s all.

You can also do the same on the Snapchat Memories page.

Make sure you remember your passcode and current password, though. If you forget it, there’s no way to recover it.

Not even the Snapchat team will be able to help you if you forget your new passcode.

FAQ

What can I add to My Eyes Only?

Only snaps can go into the My Eyes Only section.

You can’t add pictures or videos.

However, you can take a snap of a picture and then add it to My Eyes Only.

Snapchat hasn’t yet introduced the function of adding chat pictures to My Eyes Only.

Pictures stay in the chat only.

Users usually put private snaps in My Eyes Only that others aren’t supposed to see.

Can you add a passphrase to My Eyes Only?

Instead of a 4-digit passcode, you can encrypt My Eyes Only with a passphrase.

The passphrase is 16-characters long and must contain at least 1 number and one letter.

Most users don’t use the passphrase unless they store incredibly sensitive snaps on My Eyes Only.

You’ll need to note the passphrase down if you intend to use one.

It’s impossible to remember a 16-character-long passphrase.

If someone steals your device and knows your passphrase, they’ll be able to access your My Eyes Only snaps.

Do My Eyes Only have a limit?

There’s unlimited storage space on the Google App Engine cloud.

You can save as many snaps on My Eyes Only as you want.

What’s more, they’re not stored on your phone directly.

They’re stored in the cloud on Snapchat’s servers.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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