Step 1: At the top of your News Feed, tap “What’s on your mind?” to begin creating a new post. Step 2: Swipe upward on the post options at the bottom of the screen to expand the menu. Step 3: Tap “GIF.”
Why can’t I post a GIF on Facebook page?
Since Facebook does not support GIF as a post attachment, the only way to share a GIF on Facebook is to share with an external hosting link. That means you have to host the GIF with an external hosting website, generate a URL, and post the URL on Facebook.
How do you get GIFs to play automatically on Facebook?
Your “Auto-play” settings determines whether the animated GIFs in your News Feed will be played automatically. To control the animated GIF loops in the desktop version of Facebook, you will have to go to Settings > Videos > Auto-Play Videos.
How do I post a GIF on Facebook 2021?
Step 1: Login to Facebook and go to the conversation/ status/ post that you wish to comment on. Now go to the “Write a comment” space next to your profile picture. Step 2: Click on the GIF icon from the icon list on the right. Step 3: You will now see a pop up with various trending GIFs.
Where is the GIF Bar on Facebook?
The GIF button is located on the right side of the comment box. On mobile, it’s next to the emoji button; on desktop, it’s between the photo attachment and sticker buttons.
Can you post your own GIFs on Facebook?
Use the GIF button in Facebook’s status box
Open the status box in your Facebook profile. Click the GIF icon to search for and select a GIF from the GIF library. Once the GIF is selected, the GIF will attach to your Facebook post. Once you’re finished with your post, click Share.
Why are my GIFs not moving?
To play animated GIF files, you must open the files in the Preview/Properties window. To do this, select the animated GIF file, and then on the View menu, click Preview/Properties. If the GIF does not play, try re-saving the animated GIF in the collection in which you want to put it.
How do I make a GIF loop?
Click Animation from the menu at the top. Click Edit GIF Animation. Click the drop-down menu next to Looping and choose how many times you want the GIF to loop. Click Apply.
Did Facebook Get Rid of GIFs?
Facebook Says, No, It’s Not Removing GIFs of Mark Zuckerberg, After Buying Giphy. Facebook users are reportedly having issues sharing GIFs of Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, after the company purchased GIF-making website Giphy, but Giphy says that it’s not intentionally removing the content.