This story is part of , CNET’s coverage of the run-up to voting in November.
Snapchat has helped over 1 million people register to vote in its app this year, said a Snap spokesperson on Thursday. The popular app, known for is disappearing messages and face filters, estimates 56% of the people it helped register this year are first-time voters and nearly 65% are between the ages of 18-24.
For the 2020 election, Snap says it’s created tools to help people, learn about voting options and make a plan to cast their ballot.
“Historically, most voters registered through Snapchat actually vote,” said a Snap spokesperson, adding that 57% of the more than 450,000 people Snap helped register for the 2018 midterms actually cast a ballot.
Throughout October, Snapchat says it’ll help its users follow through on voting with its new tool Before You Vote, which will help the Snapchatters decide if they shouldand . The company will also provide a voting checklist in the user profiles, as well as let them know when the deadline is for .
The voter registration milestone was earlier reported by Axios.