The recent Snapchat update has caused many people to get 3D bitmoji and it has caused many people to be upset, but is there a way to remove them?
Bitmoji has been a part of Snapchat since it was first introduced on the platform. People were excited to dress up their avatars and make them more like themselves.
However, the recent update has left many upset as the bitmoji seem to be different than before.
Snapchat’s 3D Bitmoji update is annoying users
On December 1, Snapchat had a recent update in which the bitmoji automatically switched to a 3D version.
3D bitmojis were introduced two years ago. However, they are not automatically installed in users’ Snapchat.
With some changes made in the latest update, users have expressed disappointment about it. One user wrote: “All of my Snapchat bitmaps turned 3D overnight, it’s all terrifying.”
Another added: “Idk that thought 3D bitmoji on Snapchat was a good idea, but I hope they get kicked out.” “The new 3D bitmoji are ugly,” another exclaimed.
“Snapchat, please go back to Bitmoji again. I think 50% of people would agree with me that we don’t like 3D Bitmojis!” another user asked.
“The new Bitmoji is awful! @[email protected] Please reconsider the 3D characters, they don’t fit at all and are really ugly to look at! another added.
Is there a way to remove it?
The only way you can remove 3D Bitmoji is by unlinking it. If you wish to do so, follow the steps listed below:
- Open Snapchat on your phone
- Click on the Snapchat Bitmoji that appears at the top of the screen
- Click Settings on the right side
- Select the Bitmoji option
- Tap on “Unlink my Bitmoji”
- Select Unlink in the message that appears
Keep in mind that doing this will also disable all Bitmoji Stories.
At the same time, if you created a Bitmoji using Snapchat, your Bitmoji will be deleted automatically.
There is a petition to remove Bitmoji
People didn’t like the 3D version so much that there was a request to remove it. The petition now has 158 signatures and requires 200.
If you want to sign it, you can do so here.
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