How to change your Twitter profile picture

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Do you have a years old Twitter profile picture that you would like to change? Let's see how you can do it in seconds, on your phone or computer.

Having a Twitter account can be a great way to meet like-minded people, be a part of communities, keep up with the latest news and trends, and even make money. Of all social media platforms, Twitter has one of the highest organic reach, so it's worth being a part of.

A good profile is what stands out and the best way to do this is with a profile picture. But what if you're stuck with one you made years ago and don't know how to change it? Changing your profile picture is very simple and you can do it in just a few steps.

How to change your Twitter profile picture on the web

If you are a web app user, you will be able to change your Twitter profile picture in moments by following these simple steps:

  • Go up and log in.
  • Click on Profile to be directed to your page Profile .
  • click on Edit profile .
  • In the dialog that opens, you can change the image of yours Profile by clicking on the current image you have.
  • A dialog box will open File Explorer . Simply find the image you want and upload it.
  • Resize as you see fit and when done, click Apply .
  • click on Save on the page Edit profile to save the new Twitter profile picture.

By following these steps, you should have your new Twitter profile picture.

How to change your Twitter profile picture on the mobile app

Chances are you use Twitter on mobile, as most users do. If so, follow these steps to change your Twitter profile picture.

  • Open the Twitter web app and tap your profile picture icon in the top left corner.
  • Toccata Profile in the displayed menu.
  • On your Profile , touch Edit profile .
  • Tap the image of yours Profile current and upload an image of your choice.
  • Toccata Save .

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