A lot more rejections

  • That is odd, maybe they have made policy changes?  Can you copy and paste the reasons you have been getting?  

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  • The first one is on the lens in my lenses and the second one is from the email, and i dont even have a preview on the lenses

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  • It's possible the reason is confusing.  Do you have any bitmoji, ghost icons, or any image associated with snap in your lens?  If so, best practice is to remove it.  It may not be in the actual preview but in their preview of the lens itself.

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  • It's very confusing. its not any bitmoji, icons or anyhting that have anything in common with snapchat..

    I see, but when theres something with the lens itself it just says ''Lens'' in violating components

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  • Maybe this has anything to do with it? but theres no way around this when im using their snapxhat names so it really should not be a problem when its the way they made it to display

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  • The word "Snap" may trigger the rejection as it's the registered name.  You can always try the lens without that feature to figure out if it's causing it!  Then you can modify it as needed.

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  • Apparently thats not the case, i even published this and still got rejected for the same reason

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  • Try emailing support with a list of lenses you have rejected and ask them how to fix it.  Sorry I couldn't be of any further help

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  • Hey Alexxxy

    Is there anything like "add me for more filters" or something like that in the preview media?




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  • as well as if you’re still running into this probably instead of updating the lens each time, click add new and start the publication process over. i’ve had this happen a few times, i’d also suggest emailing them and they should ask you for the lens ID to which you can find at the top of your lens right underneath the name of you have anymore questions drop a comment or add me on snapchat for faster replies :) dritydrops

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  • Yes i have tried, many variations like, without preview, with preview, with another image as preview, edited the lens, and published as a new lens or update lens before i published here. Did not hear back from snapchat team so hoping for answer soon

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  • It did actually say in the preview ¨Follow Alexxxy¨, submiteed without it and its up now, but i will wait for tomorrow because it took some time last time also

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