Facebook Users Can Show Off Their Countries’ Flags in Their Profile Pictures

Nearly 200 country flag frames can be added temporarily or permanently

Upgrade your sales funnel with expert insight at Commerceweek, Feb. 28-29. Broaden your audience with improved data technology and a seamless purchase experience. Register now at 50% off.

Facebook users have been able to add profile picture frames to express support for sports teams, causes and movements, and they can now showcase pride in their countries, too.

The social network Thursday added nearly 200 country flag frames to its list, which users can temporarily or permanently add to their profile pictures.

These new frames and the pre-existing ones can be found here or by tapping “Add Frame” on a user’s own profile picture in Facebook’s flagship iOS and Android applications.

If users are following pages or people that are using profile picture frames, they can also tap the “Try It” button, which will add the same frame to their own profile pictures.




Subscribe today!

To Read the Full Story Become an Adweek+ Subscriber

View Subscription Options

Already a member? Sign in