How to Create a Facebook Cover with Instagram Photos

If you love Facebook and at the same time you post your day-to-day photos with Intagram, then here’s a great tool for you! You can change your Facebook cover photo using a collage of your Instagram photos. As of the moment, only iOS devices can use Instagram, but Android users shall have it pretty soon. For the meantime, you may still use this tip by browsing from other users’ photos.

Here’s a quick procedure on how to replace your Facebook cover:

Step 1. Hit your favorite browser to

Step 2. Log on to the site using your Facebook account.

Step 3. Under Target Photos, choose your User ID. If you don’t have one, pick one from the other 3 options.

Step 4. Continue the rest of the required settings for Order, Layout, etc.

Step 5. Click on Preview button below and wait for the image shown at the right column.

Step 6. Click the image to view its full size. If you like it already, click on Save to Album on Facebook button.

                 Note: Before hitting the Save button, if you feel the need to try the other configurations, then do so. 

Step 7. Go to your Facebook account and change your photo cover using the uploaded Insta-cover.

And that’s it! You can boast to your friends with your new “Intagramic” cover photo!

Below a sample of my own using the Tag: “cat”.

About Donzzy
Donzzy is a blogger from Cagayan de Oro, Philippines who wants to expand his network to cliques of people via various social media sites. He likes to share about simple computer-related tips, gadgets, social media, technology, music, movies, and entertainment stuff.

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