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  • Hi alisaid_king ,

    Indeed Lens Studio and Snapchat, has been testing for several weeks to give the possibility to some creators a public profile that allows them to showcase their lenses.
    Unfortunately, there's nothing to do to get a public profile except creating lenses, as creative as fun.
    Lens Studio will surely consider that you will be able to get a public profile.

    My answer is not objective in the sense that it's an inference because Lens Studio has never talked about how to get a public profile so I assume it's the same way as becoming an OLC.



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  • Here are links that give you information about public profiles in case you want to know more.

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  • Thanks for the links Maxime!

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  • Hey!

    Thank you so much!

    Ali Said

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  • lol i been wondering the same thing. thanks Alisaid_king and Maxime

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