We use Facebook profile pictures to express our support and solidarity towards a protest or a cause nowadays. Social media plays a key role in making awareness about social campaigns and organizing people against evil spirits in localities.
Facebook profile picture change is the easiest method to inform the people what’s in their mind. Such a change is temporary and will long last some days or a week.
Facebook lets users change the profile image temporarily. After the scheduled time, it will be reverted automatically to your regular photo.
Firstly, go to your Facebook profile and hover over the profile photo to get Update Profile Picture option.
Click on it.
Choose Upload Photo or select from available photos in the newly opened screen. After uploading, you will get the options like we seen in the following screenshot.
Tap Make Temporary.
Now it will ask you how long it should be displayed as the profile picture.
Here you can opt for 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week or Custom. The last option lets you set an exact time to expire the profile picture.
Finally, click Save. Your new profile picture will switch back to previous profile picture at chosen time.
How to Set a Temporary Profile Picture Frame on Facebook
A frame is commonly using to support an upcoming sports event or cause.
Visit this page to add frames to your profile picture.
Choose your category from the drop-down menu. A couple of choices you will get under each category.
Select the profile picture frame you would like to use.
Select expiry time for your profile frame. Click Use as Profile Picture to save. The chosen frame will disappear and your profile picture will revert to the normal mode after the specified time.
If you are interested in Facebook-related topics, make sure to read the following resources:
- How to Enable or Disable Profile Picture Guard on Facebook
- 18 Best Free Tools to Manage Your Facebook Account
- 20 Facebook Security Tips to Protect Your Account from Getting Hacked
- How to Hide Stories from Friends, Pages and Groups in Facebook News Feed