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  • A screenshot of the lens and the exact rejection message would be helpful.

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  • Sorry sir I really can’t send a screenshot because they were never on my public profile they got rejected as soon as I upload them they rejected 2 today and 3 yesterday lol I’m so mad because it took alot of time fo work on them and they just rejected them :(

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  • Within Lens Studio there is a button in the Preview Panel to take a screenshot. Alternatively you can push the test version of the lens to your device to produce a screenshot that way.

    Also need the rejection message to know why the lens was rejected. Some common reasons for rejection are:

    • Image uploader lenses that take over the whole screen.
    • Including the word "Snap," "Snapchat," or "Lens" in the lens itself or in the lens name, icon, or preview.
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  • Ok i just sent it to email:)

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  • And what is the rejection message? If the cross-eyed image is used as the preview then that may be why it is being rejected.

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  • Oh thanks but those lens looked pretty dope tho imma keep on making lens till lens studio notice me and make me an OLC :)

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  • If it's from copyright then it also might be the material you used in the second image you showed. Also, as Mike said we need more info if you want help to get the problem solved. but if you think that you abided by every guideline then just email support with the Lens ID and a description of the Lens (including text, images, and/ or sounds as applicable).

     

    lensstudio-support@snapchat.com

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  • Thanks for your help and your consign but i think I’m good now,i just made a new lens and I’m pretty happy about it,I’m from Africa Nigeria and i wanna be the first one in my country who gets to be an OLC so I’m working hard towards it, i made this lens yesterday:) https://www.snapchat.com/unlock/?type=SNAPCODE&uuid=acaa31ab85ba4457a4fdd7b598008cba&metadata=01

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  • Thanks for your help and your consign but i think I’m good now,i just made a new lens and I’m pretty happy about it,I’m from Africa Nigeria and i wanna be the first one in my country who gets to be an OLC so I’m working hard towards it, i made this lens yesterday:) https://www.snapchat.com/unlock/?type=SNAPCODE&uuid=acaa31ab85ba4457a4fdd7b598008cba&metadata=01

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