Instead of reverting the app to the version that users originally liked, the company is adding new features to the redesign to make the app more user-friendly.
The firm is adding a "Tabs" feature to the app that will separate Snaps into Group Chats and active Stories. Today, however, those roles are reversed, as Snapchat is launching a new feature that actually came to Instagram first.
Additionally, Snap will introduce a new feature called Tabs, which will help users organize and see the Stories they want. The ability to add GIFs to stories is a legitimately cool feature, so it was only a matter of time before we saw Snapchat follow Instagram's lead.
Snapchat has done that in order to make people more able to find the stories they want.
Snapchat said the Tabs feature will arrive on iOS and Android devices 'in the coming weeks'.
For quite a while now, many apps have tried to copy Snapchat's features.
Users dislike the new update so much they've started petitions to bring the old version of the app back and are looking for ways to redownload older versions.
A Twitter user noticed that Snapchat was rolling out a new update that added sections to the friends page, as well as a new GIF feature. Get Snapchat from the App Store for free.
GIFs in stories is indeed a very interesting feature and it would be interesting adding this to our snaps.
But it does change some of the parts of the new look app that have proven most controversial. Those are used by clicking on the sticker button as normal and searching for the moving gifs, and will appear like the existing moving stickers on Instagram.