Community stickers are another way that we want to empower creativity and self-expression within the Smule community. It's a cool new feature that allows you to submit your own sticker designs for a chance to be featured in the in-app gift catalog.
Community stickers provide a new way to demonstrate creativity and engage with the community. Please make sure that you are respectful of others' work of art and only submit your own original work of art that you are able to license to us .
How do I upload a sticker to the Smule catalog?
You can upload a sticker to the Smule catalog via Smule web (you have to be logged in), by pressing the upload button and selecting the Sticker option. After completing all mandatory steps, your sticker is submitted to our team for review and approval.
What stickers can I upload to the Smule catalog?
You can only upload stickers that you have created and are your original work of art. You cannot upload stickers that are published anywhere else or that were created by someone else. You must have the right to license the sticker to us. We do not accept stickers that display violence, nudity, or obscene language or are in any way offensive or inappropriate.
What type of stickers are accepted?
We only accept stickers that are vector-based, have an aspect ratio of 320x320, and no larger than 150 kb, and are in .PNG format. Stickers have to be drawings and not photographs.
How many stickers can I upload?
Every user can upload up to 5 stickers per day.
When will my stickers be displayed in the Smule catalog?
How long will my stickers be displayed in the Smule catalog?
Smule may rotate stickers in and out of the catalog based on community feedback, campaigns, seasonality, and other user experience considerations. Our Copyright and Intellectual Property Infringement Policy applies to all user-generated stickers. If we receive a complaint or become aware that an uploaded sticker is not the uploader’s original work of art, we will follow our Copyright and Intellectual Property Infringement Policy and remove the content, and address repeat infringers up to and including disabling the user account.