You can't directly remove someone from a Snapchat group, but there are two ways to achieve the same goal.
For example, you can set up a new Snapchat group and simply omit the person you wish to remove, or you can ask them to leave the Snapchat group, if you're comfortable with that.
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Group chats on Snapchat are somewhat lawless — instead of leaving control to the person who set up the chat, anyone can change the name of the chat and add new members to the group (though there is a 32 person limit).
Bad news first: There's no feature on Snapchat to actually remove someone from a group chat.
However, the good news is that there are ways around this oversight. Which one you use will depend on your preferences and the reason you want to remove that person from a group chat.
Here are two methods that can help you accomplish the task and effectively have a group chat with fewer users.
How to remove someone from a Snapchat group
Set up a new group chat
If you're in more of a hurry, you can just set up a new group chat that includes everyone except the user or users you wish to remove. The process is simple and should take you no more than a minute or two to complete.
Ask the person to leave the group chat
This one is definitely more of an aggressive move, and whether you choose to use it or not will depend on how comfortable you are with confrontation. Once they leave the group, all of their chats and Snaps will be automatically deleted from the group.
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