What are the dimensions of my Facebook Page’s profile picture and cover photo?
- Displays at 170×170 pixels on your Page on computers, 128×128 pixels on smartphones and 36×36 pixels on most feature phones.
- Displays at 820 pixels wide by 312 pixels tall on your Page on computers and 640 pixels wide by 360 pixels tall on smartphones.
- Must be at least 400 pixels wide and 150 pixels tall.
- Loads fastest as an sRGB JPG file that’s 851 pixels wide, 315 pixels tall and less than 100 kilobytes.
What are all the Facebook image sizes you need to know in 2022? Well, consider this your one-stop guide to everything from Facebook cover photo size to profile picture size, ad sizes, and more.
In the beginning, Facebook was mostly text and links with the occasional baby photo flying through your stream. However, with the changing trends in social media, visual content has become a dominant force and the world’s largest social network has evolved with the trends.
Photos. Videos. Animated GIFS (soft g on that pronunciation). They’re all the rage.
Truly, a picture is worth more than a thousand words, and Facebook has ensured that you can effectively communicate your thoughts and experiences with the use of high-quality images.
And those making great use of Facebook’s visual nature are getting the best results with their social media marketing.
Facebook is the leading social media platform, after all, so it’s important that you approach it armed with all the information you need.
Keeping up with the ever-changing image sizes and formats on Facebook is a dizzying, and exhausting task.
But I’ve got you covered.
In this post, I’m going give you the most accurate and up-to-date references to the ideal Facebook image sizes and dimensions. This post includes:
- Facebook Profile Photo Size
- Facebook Cover Photo Size
- Facebook Page Cover Photo Size
- Facebook Event cover photo size
- Facebook Group cover photo size
- Uploaded Image Sizes
- Link Post Image Size
Now, this information will be extremely helpful to the many of us who are plagued with perfectionism and want to make sure every image is the right size. But if you’re just looking for some quick and dirty “get-r-done” templates, you’ll want to download my Social Media Image Templates.
With that said, let’s dive in!
Want to skip strait to the free, downloadable templates?
Facebook Profile Picture Size (Profiles & Pages)
Unlike cover photos, profile pictures will not only appear on your Facebook timeline (a.k.a. profile page) but will also appear on each post that you share, every comment you leave, in Facebook search results, and on people’s timeline where you post messages. In most cases it will be a small thumbnail, so you want to crop it right.
Needless to say, this is probably the most important visual representation of you on Facebook, so you’ll want to get this one right.
A profile picture is a square image that measures 168px by 168px on desktop. However, be aware that even though you’ll be uploading a square photo, it will be cropped into a circle.
So make sure your picture accounts for those corners being rounded off. You don’t want any logos or focal points to be cut off.
Facebook also stores a higher resolution version at 320px by 320px.
The size of the profile picture that is seen in the comments you make, however, is scaled down and resized to a square image of 40px by 40px.
Lastly, if someone clicks on your profile photo, it can be displayed as large as 850px by 850px. The highest resolution Facebook will store is 2048px by 2048px.
Have no fear, friend; I’m going to make it really easy for you.
When creating your profile picture, I recommend creating them at the highest resolution, 2048px by 2048px.
That will ensure that you are presenting the highest quality image for your most important Facebook asset—your profile picture. It’s how people will come to know you, so you want it to be good.
Down and dirty dimensions:
- Max size: 2048px by 2048px
- Minimum size: 168px by 168px
- Minimum recommended size: 761px by 761px
- Aspect ratio: 1:1
Pro-tip: People like to connect with your eyes, so make sure your eyes (and mouth, preferably a smile) are visible in the smallest size of your Facebook profile picture.
You can right-click the image to “Save as” or you can just download the entire set of templates from this article at the end of this post.