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The first time you enter Snap Map, you choose who to share your location with. We won't show you on the Map before then!— Snapchat Support (@snapchatsupport) June 23, 2017
The map feature lets Snapchat users see where their friends are. But the location could be relayed to more than just your kid's best buds. In order to protect their privacy, check the video above for steps to go into Snapchat Ghost Mode and adjust settings on other apps your kids likely use.
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