Set Your Facebook Profile Picture unique than your friends


Facebook is bringing many changes to your Profile and you will soon be able to add a 7-second video to your Facebook profile. Read more to know about other changes coming to Facebook.

Facebook Profile was the center of Facebook experience till 2006 when News Feed took over and changed Facebook. Still, Facebook Profiles are one of the most important aspects of Facebook and so are your Profile Pictures.Today, in a big redesign change, Facebook is bringing lots of changes to your Facebook Profile.

There are 5 big changes coming to the user profiles. They are:

  1. Adding a 7-second looping video as your profile picture
  2. Pinning Featured photos at the top of profile
  3. Temporary profile pictures
  4. Changes to About info with a new 100 character Bio field
  5. A new mobile-focused design with bigger pictures


With these changes, Facebook wants to make its decade-old social network more immersive – and addicting, of course. Now you can use videos up to seven seconds to add a new dimension to your profile. This feature is now being tested in small groups in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Apart from this, now you can add a temporary profile picture that will automatically vanish after a specified period of time. Another change related to pictures lets you pin some featured photos at the top of the profile to make it more attractive.

Overall, Facebook is focusing on a more mobile-centric profile and it makes sense given the fact that more and more people are accessing Facebook on their phones.


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