RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
January 25, 2022
Want to change your cover image or add one to your Twitter account? If you have not inserted an image, you will see a blue blank area at top of your account. Let’s explore how to add a cover image.
This is for devices using Twitter. Screenshots are from iPhone XR.
First, log in to Twitter, if not already logged in, and open Twitter. Here, tap your Profile icon. Refer to the below image:
Next, in the pop-up window that opens, tap on Profile. See the below image:
Now, in the upper right-hand corner, tap the Edit profile link. See the following image:
Next, tap on the top of your screen or on an existing image to open your Photos. (On the desktop, click the Camera icon in the image area). Depending on your Twitter settings, you may not see any images. If so, tap on Manage to change your settings or the plus “+” sign to open your photos. Refer to the below image:
Now, position your image to your liking. Then in the upper right-hand corner, tap Apply. See the below image:
Next, in the upper right-hand corner, tap Done. See the following image:
Now, tap Save in the upper right-hand corner. Refer to the below image:
Instantly, your saved image is now your cover photo. See the below image:
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