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Lego Launches Its Own Social Network For Fans

Lego Launches Its Own Social Network For Fans

ReBrick lets you browse, share and discover pictures of creations with other enthusiasts.

Emma Hutchings

Lego has launched a social media platform where fans aged 13 and above can upload their own creations and projects, share them, and comment on others they discover. ReBrick is designed to be a hub for all Lego-based works made by the Lego fan community.

To get involved, users set up an account and find or post pictures of Lego creations to the site. Users can comment on the pictures, “like” them and tag them. They can also create their own mini-communities within the social network. ReBrick also integrates with existing networks like Facebook and Twitter.

Lego Launches Its Own Social Network For Fans

Lego-related URL links can be submitted and their multimedia content will be extracted and displayed on the main page. The site is mainly for bookmarking and sharing content at the moment but Lego and its fan community will continue working on new features for the ever-evolving platform.

ReBrick

Photo by Randi Silberman Klett

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