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Hidden Lens on Snap Camera

  • You can paste the lens link into the search bar to bring it up.

    The link has to be of the following form (which is what you get if you get the link from My Lenses):

    If you click on that link and open it in a web browser, the link will be transformed to the following which DOES NOT work (as of 29 June 2021) for finding the lens inside Snap Camera:

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  • Hey Yajan bro,
    according to my understanding you want that lense can be used by link only means hidden lense .for this you can goto my lenses page open the particular lense which you want to hide .you will see a visibility option change from public to hidden now person with link or code can only use this lense.

    Snap- Lavishjassal1

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  • I knew that buddy but my question was how to use lens link or code on Snap Camera (Desktop version of snap).

    Update: I found a solution. Apparently, if you copy and paste the link of the lens in the search bar, it pops up the lens. 

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