Confused by the new Snapchat? These tips make social superstardom a snap.

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“Sooo does anyone else not open Snapchat anymore? Or is it just me… ugh this is so sad,” Kylie Jenner said in a tweet that may or may not have caused Snapchat to lose $1.3 billion in a day.

Snapchat made some unpopular changes this year, but it’s been struggling for a while. Daily active users have grown steadily, but they’re still nearly half of those for Instagram Stories. Everything Snapchat does, Instagram—and others—copy. From selfie filters to Stories, rivals have ripped off Snapchat features with abandon.

It’s enough that model Miranda Kerr, wife of Snapchat founder and CEO Evan Spiegel, complained publicly about it. “Do they have to steal all of my partner’s ideas?” she said of Facebook. (Though she still uses Instagram.)

Kylie hasn’t said so long to Snapchat forever. She was quick to tweet a follow-up (“still love you tho snap … my first love”) and used the service to post the first photo of her daughter. These days, it’s Rihanna who’s not too pleased with Snapchat (for good reason).

But if you, like Kylie, are still a loyal Snapchat user, we have some tips on how to navigate the app; check them out below.