How to Create Unique Custom Facebook FramesAug202018

Categories: Social Media

Using custom Facebook Frames will give a unique twist for your business page and/or to share images with your followers. Great to use for personalizing profile photos, page photos and for business event frames.

 

To begin, Visit: https://www.facebook.com/fbcameraeffects/home/

Sign into Facebook.

In the upper Right corner area, Click “Manage Effects”, and then Click on “Open Frame Studio”:

Or if you see the image below, Click “Create Frame”:

How to Create Unique Custom Facebook Frames 

Click “Get Started”:

Create Custom Facebook Frames

A popup window appears, you’ll want to follow the prompts:

Upload Art: Upload PNG’s with a transparent background. You can upload multiple PNG’s at one time.

Your image will automatically be positioned to work best as Portrait, Profile, and Landscape:

 

Hover over each of the Preview Formats to see how your image will appear on mobile.

Portrait:

Facebook Frames

Profile:

Create Your Own Facebook Frames

Landscape:

How to Create Custom Facebook Frames

Locate “Details” along the bottom, and Click:

Custom Frames for Facebook

Type in the image Details:

  • Name
  • Location
  • Schedule
  • Keywords

Located along the bottom, Click “Review”:

Create Your Own Custom Frames for Facebook

Click “Preview in Mobile” to save your effect and send a notification to your phone to preview it in the camera:

Facebook Custom Frames How To

Or Click “Publish”:

Custom Frames for Facebook

Use your favorite graphic program to add fun or pertinent detail to your photos/images.

Example:

Tips on How to Make Custom Facebook Frames

Image Frame Guideline Restrictions. You May Not:

  • Promote illegal products.
  • Promote drugs, tobacco, weapons and things related to these.
  • Promote gambling.
  • Promote “adult” products and services, including use of nudity or suggestive positions.
  • Infringe copyright, trademarks and privacy of others.
  • Be shocking, sensational, discriminatory or harassing.
  • Use low-resolution elements.
  • Exploit political or social issues for commercial purposes.
  • Use non-existing functionality like play buttons.
  • Use scannable codes that link off Facebook.
  • Does not use photographs of people, real or fictional.
  • Have commercial or ad-like content.
  • Use logos or watermarks for most groups without prior permission from Facebook.

Complete Camera Effects platform policies:
https://www.facebook.com/legal/camera_effects_platform_policies

Frame Studio for Developers:
https://developers.facebook.com/products/frame-studio

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