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Lens Creator Tag

  • You could apply to be an OCL (official lens creator), but now you need to be handpicked by the Snapchat lens team.

    Share your work in the "Share Your Creations" part of the forum, and someone at Snapchat might see it, and give you the OCL tag aswell as a neat star next to your name. 

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  • Hey, appelsiensam!

    The Lens Creator tag has nothing to do with being a popular Lens Creator, or being part of the Snap Lens Network!

    All you need is a public profile!

    First, you need to go to your public profile!
    Then you log into your account. You should see your profile details now.

    Now if you look under "Category" there are lots of different Tags to choose from. One of them will be "Lens Creator".

    That's all you need to do to get that tag yourself.

    I hope this helped you!

    ~ Ian

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  • Thanks ru.ian this is exactely what i needed!

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