My 2 lenses arent creating me a creator profile and aren't showing up in a creator profile.

  • Synthalth

    creating lenses doesn't give you a creator profile. Lenses take 6 hours to a day to show up on the search bar or your Lens profile.

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  • My lenses have been in over two weeks, and he hasn't created a profile for me

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  • Is there a way to see my lens profile from my normal profile?

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  • Hey Syntalth

    Does it work if you search for your lens in the explore page?.

    If you then click on "More Lenses of this Profile", it should show all your lenses on one page.

     

    Cheers,

    SirQu3ntin

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  • Hey Syntalth!

    Creating and publishing lenses doesn't get you a creator profile, however you will be able to see all of your creations in one place under your name.

    If you're having trouble finding this, search and use your lens and click on the "I" at the top left of your screen. From there, click your name and this will bring up your page with all of your lenses. Note that lenses take awhile to show up here after being published.

    Happy Creating!

    Nick Jackson

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