Snapchat is reportedly working on a new feature that'll let users see which third-party apps have access to their Snapchat accounts.

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As Mashable reports, the latest Snapchat beta version features a new tab called “Connected Apps” within the Settings page. The tech source says the page's text reads: “These apps are connected to your Snapchat account. Choose an app to control what it has access to.”

Mashable thinks this could “very well soon show what third-party apps users have connected directly to their Snapchat account,” and since Bitmoji is really the only third party app to have connection to the social networking platform, this could mean it's expanding to let other third-party apps join Snapchat.

Of course, this timing is less than ideal, though. Facebook has been facing backlash after it was revealed that personal data had been compromised and ended up in the hands of Cambridge Analytica, the third-party political data firm hired by Donald Trump hired during the 2016 election.

Take a peek at what the page looks like, shared via Mashable, below:

[Photo by: Mashable]