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Snapchat Is Ditching Auto Advance Stories in Favor of Playlists

Snapchat is putting users' friends stories back where they came from. The company is reorganizing the layout of the app to put friends' content at the top, followed by the Discover and subscription sections. The updates, which were announced today, will also remove the Auto Advance feature that automatically plays the next set of snaps in a user's feed. The company is also launching a playlist option, which will let users select which friends' snaps they want to view.
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