Tracked by Snapchat, a new feature on the social media site puts you on a map for friends to find.
When they first use the feature, users can select whether they want to make their location visible to all of their friends, a select group of connections or to no one at all, which Snapchat refers to as "ghost mode".
Here's what you do. Once updated, click onto camera mode and pinch the screen to view the Snap Map.
Snapchat also think that Snap Map could work like Twitter in a way that it would show breaking news on the app before it hits the mainstream media.
To get Snap Map just update the app.
The application now requires users to approve sharing their location, and you can turn on "ghost mode" to make sure no one can see where you are. Are you excited about Snap's Snap Map? I'm not entirely sure that just seeing an "actionmoji" on a map would inspire me to travel, but seeing someone post snaps of where they are certainly does the trick. Snap has added a dedicated Ghost Mode for the goal. Switch ghost mode from "off" to "on" and there you go. "Actionmojis only update when you open Snapchat". You can also follow the heatmap: blue = a few Snaps taken; red = tonnes of Snaps.
Will this new feature help Snapchat boost the app's popularity after lagging behind Instagram Stories' 250 million daily users?
So you have probably already shared your location with your friends over Snapchat before, by taking a Snapchat with a geo-filter included.
Yesterday, Snap announced what it calls "Snap Map". The Bitmoji disappears from the map if a user doesn't open the app for several hours.
Snap Inc. claims it's "a whole new way to see the world and get inspired to go on an adventure."
If you zoom out further, you can see events from all over the globe.
Location-sharing with friends is turned off by default and optional - you choose to opt in and nothing happens without your consent.
Snap told the BBC that accurate location information was necessary to allow friends to use the service to meet, for example at a restaurant or crowded festival.
If you're concerned about the privacy risks of the feature, you can turn it off by pinching Snapchat's viewfinder to open the map.