Facebook Now Allows You To Set A 7-Second Looping Video As Your Profile Pic

Kumar Vishal

October 2nd, 2015

Facebook is making some changes to user profiles. The Menlo Park company announced that you will soon be able to use a 7-second looping video as your profile picture. To keep its decade-old social network lively, Facebook is introducing five big changes to user profiles, which are viewed 4 billion times per day:

  • The option to pin Featured Photos to the top of the profile
  • Temporary profile pics
  • Easier visibility controls for About info, including a new 100 character Bio field
  • A mobile-centric design with centered profile photos plus big sections for photos and friends
  • The ability to use a 7-second looping video as your profile pic.

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The features begin rolling out and testing today for some users. Together, these changes should make Facebook more visually stimulating and addicting.

 

More details can be found here

 

 

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