Shared Lingo has been created by a team of web professionals, whom used to be active members of Shared Talk.
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We're going to be talking about many of the latest features in this article so you'll need to make sure you have the latest version of the app first. Following a successful 2016, Snapchat released an update (10.0) in January 2017 that overhauled the Snapchat UI, and introduced a handful of new features to the app. Apart from the obvious changes in design on the Chat and Story pages, there's a new Search bar available on the Camera section of the app.
Tap the Search bar to bring up a Quick Chat window that displays the people you've recently spoken to via Snapchat.
Once you've taken your Snap, simply tap the scissors in the top-right hand corner and outline the area you'd like to clone.
Once the selection has been cloned, simply move it (and reshape it with two fingers like with other stickers) and let go to place it. With photos only being viewable for a maximum of 10 seconds, many users will take a screenshot to immortalise images – potentially to post them on other social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Shared Lingo brings the same experience that Shared Talk did by using modern web technologies.
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Face-swapping occurs when the user takes a picture of himself and then chooses someone else's face for the swap. To start using face swap on Snapchat, the first thing that you need to do is to get a picture of your friend, your doll or maybe even your pet. You will then see new lenses appearing at the bottom part of the display. Swipe through these lenses and find the face swap lens icon that has two smiling faces and rotating arrows. After finding the lens, position your face and your friend's inside the two smiley faces that you can see on the screen. You would know that your faces are recognized when the two smiley faces turn yellow. There can be some instances when the face swap lens doesn't seem to work.
While the results can be impressive and sometimes humorous, there are quite a few instances when it becomes a bit horrifying. If this is the case, users can try to back up a bit from the camera by holding it a little further away or with the help of a selfie stick.
Its main idea is to practice with someone who fluently speaks the language that you are learning and is learning the language that you fluently speak Shared Talk was a language exchange community with real-time chatting as its main feature.