Facebook Avatar | How to Make Avatar on Facebook


Facebook Avatar | How to Make Avatar on Facebook: They’re called Avatars, and they’re Facebook’s answer to Snapchat’s Bitmoji. The feature has been around for a while, but it recently launched for users in the United States—making Avatars the talk of the town for locked-down Americans across the land. In a nutshell, Avatars let you create a customized cartoon version of yourself (that probably doesn’t look like you, let’s be honest) to use in comments and stories.

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But if you use Facebook exclusively on a desktop computer or an iPad, you might be missing out on some of the fun. After Facebook executive Fidji Simo announced the Avatar rollout last week, several users responded to say that the feature didn’t seem to be available to them yet.

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So what’s going on? Reached for comment, a Facebook spokesperson confirmed that it’s impossible to create an Avatar on a desktop computer or tablet and that you need a mobile device to make one. That’s unfortunate for many users who either don’t have smartphones or who have deleted the Facebook app from their mobile devices over privacy concerns—or because they don’t like the temptation of having Facebook in their pocket. Facebook declined to say when it plans to roll out Avatar creation abilities on non-phone platforms.

However, there is some good news; According to Facebook, “once your Avatar is created on your mobile device, you can send comments and Messenger stickers from the desktop.” So while you can’t create one on a desktop, you can still use your Avatar on a desktop once it’s completed. One workaround might be to temporarily load Facebook on your phone, build the Avatar, and then delete the app once it’s made.

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We are living in dark times at present. The planet remains in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic. Economies are on the verge of collapse. Countries have been torn apart by political instability, and the PS5 is very big, maybe too big. To make people crazy, all that combined with lockdown and work from home constraints is enough. But there’s Facebook to support.

Although the outside world seems to be shrouded in turmoil, Facebook remains a place where your friends can get happy messages or be reminded of when you went on a real holiday. You now have a new way of expressing yourself on the social network, thanks to Facebook Avatars, which further helps keep stifling boredom at bay. These are essentially the version of Bitmojis from Facebook, in which you can reimagine yourself in cartoon form. Or if you dislike your appearance, you can stylize yourself as a completely different human, even if you are only in the form of a cartoon. This might sound a little fiddly, but it is trivially easy to do the whole thing, and you will have a Facebook Avatar ready in moments soon.

Other ways to create a new Avatar

Avatar Post: Below each Avatar post, there is a “Try It” button

Avatar Sticker: If you see one posted by a friend on Facebook, press on the Avatar sticker.

Bookmark: Go to your bookmark (three horizontal lines at the bottom right of your screen) to build or edit your Avatar, click See More, then choose Avatars.

From the Comment Composer:

  • Go to the Facebook or Messenger comment composer (‘Write a Comment’) to create or modify your Avatar.
  • Click the smiley face icon.
  • Click “Make Your Avatar” to get started.

Facebook says it’s possible to edit existing Avatars from your Facebook profile, comment maker, bookmark, or Avatar sticker. Another limitation: “Messenger Avatar creation is currently only available on Android, but will soon be rolled out on iOS.

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