You'll now be able to use a GIF as your Facebook photo.

You'll now be able to use a GIF as your Facebook photo.
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Facebook just announced that you'll be able to use GIFs as your profile photo. According to Wired Magazine:

The most significant update for profiles is easily that your photo no longer has to be a photo at all—now, you can have a profile video. “You’ll be able to film a short, looping video clip that will play for anyone who visits your profile,” Facebook writes in a blog post announcing the changes. This is not a drill—I repeat, this is not a drill: You can soon have a GIF profile photo on Facebook. It also might be the single most-used home for iPhone Live Photos.

This comes with a string of new updates, including a new emoji-friendly bio section, a "Featured Photos" space, and a new profile layout that will look like this:

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"I feel like I don't know you anymore, Facebook."

Time to start GIF hunting!

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