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Lens Protocol Overview

Here's an overview of what it's, how to set it up, and what's possible

A little bit about it

Web3 apps like Lens, use blockchains, smart contracts and wallets to sign firms that grant the permissions.

Here are a few examples wallets that you can use: Metamask and Coinbase, or you can use the one you already have.

Once you set up your account and have downloaded the corresponding extension of your wallet, you can proceed with the connection.

Learn more about Lens Protocol.

Connecting to Lens Protocol

When you click Connect, a pop-up of your extension will show up where you can firm and grant permissions.
You may see a pop-up asking you which wallet you want to use, in case you have more than one.

To log in and access all the Lens apps, you need to claim a handler. If you haven't done so already, you can begin the process by clicking on this link.

Lens Protocol is currently a Source connection at the moment.

Setting up a workflow

Create a workflow and select Lens Protcol as Source.

Then use the "Full Video" option to publish the entire video (if you want to choose a clip from it select "Snippet (Clips)" instead).

Select the social media connection that you want to publish to (YouTube Shorts, TikTok, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc) as your Destination.

Now you're ready to automatically publish or schedule your all your videos 🚀

Click Schedule to publish or schedule your content. You'll have the option to change the caption, and add hashtags.

Set the entire workflow to Auto Publish if you want to publish only your new content, all of it or only created after a specific date.


In case you have installed multiple wallet extensions and accidentally selected the wrong one while connecting, you can easily disconnect it by clicking on it and finding the world icon. This way, you can disconnect any website from the wrong wallet. Then, attempt to do the connection again.

Updated on: 29/08/2023

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