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Profile Videos Are Coming To Facebook

By Josh Wolford

October 5, 2015

Facebook has just announced the coolest thing to happen to your profile since the Cover Photo. Soon, you’ll have the ability to set a seven-second looping video as your profile pic. (Don’t worry, you can still just have a static pic if you want)

Facebook is calling them “Profile Videos”.

“The world has changed since we first introduced profiles in 2004. On News Feed and profiles, we’re seeing people create and view more videos than ever before. Today we’re starting to test the next step in an obvious evolution of profiles: profile videos. Soon, you’ll be able to film a short, looping video clip that will play for anyone who visits your profile. Profile videos will let show a part of yourself you couldn’t before, and add a new dimension to your profile,” says the company.

The Profile videos will only show up on your profile, as a frame of them will be what users seen on the news feed.

If you’re anxious to try it out, hopefully you live in the UK or California. That’s where Facebook is testing the [...]

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