I Support CAA + NRC Profile Picture – Frame In Facebook

How To Add CAA+ NRC Frame On Facebook profile Picture ?

To add a frame to your Page’s profile picture:
  1. Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.
  2. Click your profile picture in the bottom left and select your Page.
  3. Search for a frame by entering the frame’s name, the creator’s name or related words.
  4. Choose the frame you want to use from the results.
  5. Click Use as Profile Picture.

CAA NRC Frame

Note: You can also share a frame on your Page if it was created by that Page.
These instructions are for sharing effects from Pages, not personal Facebook accounts.
To share a frame from a Page, you must have selected the Page as the owner of the frame when you created it.
Sharing a frame will create a post from your Page. To do this:
  1. Go to Frame Studio.
  2. Select the frame you want to share.
  3. Under Sharing, click Create a Post.
  4. Enter optional text for your post.
  5. Click Post.
You can create a frame in Frame Studio for your friends and followers to see on Facebook. You have to use your own original art, or choose from our templates.
When it’s been published, your frame will either:
  • Be seen by all your friends or followers when using the Facebook Camera.
  • Be seen by your friends or followers using the Facebook Camera in a specific location, if you make your frame location specific.
You can create a frame using your personal account, or the account of a Page you manage.
Before you start, make sure the frame you plan to create follows our guidelines, terms and policies. Otherwise, it’ll be rejected.

Creating a Frame

To get started, open Frame Studio.

To create your frame:

  • Upload your artwork, you’ll need to use .PNG files, or choose a template.
  • Arrange your artwork in the editor.
  • Select an owner for your frame, for example your personal account or a Page you manage.
  • Add a name for your frame.
  • Pick a scheduling option to set when your effect will be published, and add keywords.
  • Click Save to save your frame as a draft, or click Publish.

 

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