Can you restore your old Bitmoji avatar on Snapchat? That seems to be the question on many users' minds, especially now that Snapchat has introduced a new 3D avatar feature. While the update has thrilled some users, others are feeling frustrated and disappointed with the change.
For those who had grown accustomed to their Bitmoji avatars, the new 3D avatar can seem unappealing or not quite as accurate in representing their likeness. Many long for the familiarity of their old avatars. However, the support center for Snapchat explicitly states that the old RB strips and classic avatar styles are no longer supported and cannot be restored. In their message, Snapchat thanks users for their understanding.
This news can be quite annoying for those who preferred their old avatars. However, there is a glimmer of hope. Snapchat does offer a solution for those who are dissatisfied with their new avatars. Users can reach out to Snapchat and suggest new features or improvements to the avatar customization options. This provides an opportunity for users to have their voices heard and potentially influence future updates.
In the meantime, for those who wish to make the best of the situation, Snapchat allows users to edit their current avatars. Users can try to recreate their avatars by selecting the features that best represent them. It may not be the same as the old avatar, but it's a way to personalize the new 3D avatars and make them feel a little more like "you".
However, it would certainly be preferable if Snapchat offered the option to choose between the old and new avatars. Giving users the choice to keep their old avatar or switch to the new 3D avatar would go a long way in addressing the frustrations and disappointments that many users are experiencing. Unfortunately, as of now, that option does not exist.
In conclusion, while it may not be possible to fully restore the old Bitmoji avatars on Snapchat, users do have the ability to suggest improvements and customize their current avatars to better represent themselves. Although this may not be the ideal solution, it's a step in the right direction towards making the new 3D avatars more user-friendly and enjoyable.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!