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Facebook has now updated many advanced features and qualities for its existing as well as new users .Either it’s the message corner or is it about the stories and content, Facebook has stunned everyone by its unique approach and facilities. In the near past, Facebook announced a new quality which it had developed and it is the feature that every Facebook user was desperately waiting for. Surprisingly now Facebook users can alter their existing profile pictures with interesting and entertaining animated GIFs on not only Android operating system, but iPhone users too can avail this exciting feature.
How To Add Animated Gif To Facebook Profile Picture
Here is a simple procedure on how to do this:
Step # 1
To begin with you have to login to your Facebook account and then go to your profile section. Now all you have to do is to click on the profile picture and there will appear a drop down menu in which you will have to select what you want. It could be either a new profile picture option or you can enjoy the interesting feature of a new profile video by selecting that option.
Step # 2
Now you need to choose any video file from your pc or mobile phone and then upload it on the drop down menu. The criteria for the video is 7 seconds but if your video is too lengthy then no need to worry at all. the option also provide the facility of making long videos short according to the right size.
Step # 3
Once you have selected your video the drop down menu will ask you to select a thumbnail for it. This is because in case of any problem that your video might not display then the thumbnail can be used as a replacement or substitute for your profile video. Now all you have to do is to click the use button and you are all set to entertain every one by your unique and interesting profile videos.
Here are a few important tips that you need to consider while uploading a profile video:
- Turn OFF the sound of the video before transferring.
- Cut the video to 7 seconds for improved and high-quality outcome.
- Cut the additional and undesirable piece of the video for better result.