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HOW DO I PUT GIF's ON MY FACEBOOK WALL?
HOW TO COPY GIF's
On PC or mac, click the 'Click to Copy' button bellow the gif
on an ipad or similar device, press and keep your finger pressed on the gif for 3 seconds.
then select copy.
On COMPUTER: Past directly on to your wall or news feeds.
Click 'Whats on your mind' text box on Facebook
'ctrl+p' (mac: apple+p)
.... select 'paste'
On ipad or device: click in the text box, hold for 3 seconds, release and select paste.
.. then when its loaded press the blue 'post button'
Gifs only work on fb personal walls (not page or group), if you follow the instructions, bosh working animated gif's to wow your mates.
You can finally use GIF's on Facebook
Around Christmas 2014 Facebook rolled out GIF's support for fb chat only. A move that went largely unnoticed. (Graphics Interchange Format, or 'gif' for short) those moving images that aren't videos, but behave on Facebook the same as videos except repeat.
But now Facebook technology, has allowed Gif support to work on news feeds.
However, if you upload a GIF directly to Facebook,, in picture or in video, the GIF will be converted into a static image. At least that's the case for the time being. The only way to get a gif to work is to link it from a 3rd-party address that does support gif's, fopunkt.com or tumblr for example.
Pages (for businesses or publishers) do not have access yet.
So its up to us personal page facebookers to set the trend
Clearly we are fast moving to a future
for an all-emoji communication, a language where communication isn't word based, gif's are a grenade arrow to the ever increasing bow of non verbal communication, which is in essence an epoch of human evolution, as it forms a global language which annihilates boarders formed by country divide. When we as a planet have learnt the meanings of all the emoticon, speaking to Japanese people will be as easy as 1-2-3.
Definition of a gif
Graphics Interchange Format (better known by its acronym GIF
/ˈdʒɪf/ or /ˈɡɪf/) is a bitmap image format that was introduced by CompuServe in 1987 and has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability.
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