Adding Pyjwt to aws lambda function layer

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I'm attempting to add the Pyjwt library to the AWS lambda function layer, however I keep getting the message "No module named "jwt"."

I added pyjwt as a layer to my lambda function using cloudshell, but I still receive the issue "no module named jwt" after installing it in a virtual environment, zipping it, and uploading it to an S3 bucket.

Jan 3 in AWS by Tejashwini
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