Snapchat Redesigns App After 1.2 Million People Complained
Can rolling back the changes save Snap?
Six months after launching a major redesign that 1.2 million users hated, Snapchat (NYSE: SNAP) gave in and revamped the popular social media app. It started last November with the release of a more personal Snapchat that separated personal content from friends from the content provided by publishers, creators and influencers. That redesign was a big bust. In fact, more than 1.2 million users signed a petition on Change.org to protest the redesign.
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