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Instead of offering the same range of lenses on a day-to-day basis, the selection is updated regularly, removing the oldest Snapchat lens and replacing it with a brand new one.

There's also a new face swap feature in Snapchat that introduces the ability to face swap with a photo from your phone's photo library.Once you've taken a photo, simple swipe left or right and you'll see a message which says 'turn on filters'.Click the 'I want filters' button at the bottom of the screen.One of the most confusing things to new Snapchat users is how to access these lenses.Turn the camera so your face is on the phone's screen as if you were to take a selfie, then tap and hold on your face until a mesh appears then release.Snapchat will load several lenses to the side of the capture button, which you can slide through to access.

You'll find in-depth instructions on how to use Snap Map here, but in essence you just pinch the screen to open the Map.

Once you’ve made your selection, tap the arrow at the bottom right once more to send.

The update to the interface that arrived at the end of 2017 had a number of goals in mind.

It seems that Snapchat has also noticed this, with the photo-sharing giant once offering the ability for its customers to buy (with real life money) lenses to be used at any time.

The firm has since scrapped the idea of selling Lenses, and to stop the feature becoming stagnated, has introduced a new system.

This separation of your personal social content from the wider social media stream draws a line between the different types of content that snapchat has become famous for.