To become a Snapchat creator, you must create a publicly accessible profile. A public profile allows your content to be displayed, found by other Snapchatters, and gets you, subscribers.
Continue reading if you think this is something you would like to include in your Snapchat experience. This guide will review the basics of creating a Snapchat profile and how to do it.
My Profile displays your Snapchat information such as Bitmoji, location on the Map, friend details, and more. It’s easy to manage your Story and check who has seen it.
You can change the 3D Bitmoji Header by tapping it or pulling it up on your Profile card. To share your personalized background or pose with others, tap the share icon at the top.
Are you looking for more customization of your 3D Bitmoji? You can switch to Deluxe mode to get more customization on your 3D Bitmoji avatar!
How to create Snapchat’s Public Profile
Snapchat’s public profile function has been available in the app for some time now. But, only a tiny percentage of users are aware of it. While the public profile feature may not be available in your location immediately, it will become available once your Profile is. Follow these steps to make a Snapchat general account.
Edit Your Public Profile
To edit your Public Profile, you can add a bio and a profile photo to make it more visible to your followers.
To update your Public Profile…
- To visit My Profile, tap on the Story or Bitmoji icons at the top.
- Tap on the Public Profile button under “Public Profile.”
- Tap “Edit Profile.”
- Let the World Learn About Your Snapchat Account
- A Public Profile allows the user to use a limited number of features, such as these:
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To add new content, use the “+” button. You can choose Public Snaps you have already shared or photos or videos from your Camera Roll. Tap ‘Import’ when you are done. Your Story can include as many as 100 Snaps or as much content, depending on your choice.
Review and edit your Story. Tap a Snap or photo to preview the Story. You can also see how it will look for your audience. Tap the ‘Edit button in the top-right corner to arrange or remove content.
Select your cover photo. Select a title for the Story. Scroll through the Photo Picker to find the right image for your cover photo. The cover photo and title will give your audience a glimpse of what lies ahead. To publish your Story to a public Profile, tap Finish’ after you’re done.