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  • Hi,

    If you believe your lens got unfairly rejected, reach out to the lens studio team.

    Make sure to include lens ID, screenshots and describe your issue.

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  • Hey K540076, 

    Lenses have to use the Snapchat Camera in order for Snap to effectively moderate Snap submissions. To ensure your Lens uses the Snapchat Camera, simply ensure the Camera Picker Functionality only works when a face is present. That way the Lens will not allow for a full-screen takeover of the Snap with a user's camera roll content.

    Once you resubmit with these changes, the Lens should be approved.



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  • I have a rejection for the same reason. lens id: 26066ab0-f5e4-4d4e-9454-b18f1fc73053


    thank you

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  • Did your lens get approved?


    I still keep getting it rejected even after following Neha's suggestions.



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