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The biggest redesign in Snapchat’s history is planned to debut on Monday, December 4, Business Insider has learned.

With the company seeking to kick-start stagnant user growth, CEO Evan Spiegel on Tuesday publicly said the app would be redesigned to make it “easier to use” but didn’t specify when the redesign would be released.

Snap employees were internally notified of the planned December 4 release date this week, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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