How to Post a GIF in Facebook Comments

Facebook is a great place to share content with your friends and family, and sometimes a GIF is the perfect way to express how you’re feeling. In this post, we’ll show you how to post a GIF in Facebook comments and status updates.

First, let’s look at how to use the built-in GIF feature that Facebook provides. If you’re using the Facebook mobile app, simply click to write your status and on the bottom of the page, you’ll see the GIF option. From there, you can search for just about anything you can think of and select one of the GIFs to post on your profile.

To post a GIF in a comment, go to the comment section and click the GIF icon. This will take you to the same page where you can search and select a GIF to post. Once you’ve chosen your GIF, click the airplane icon to post it as a comment.

If you want to send a GIF in a message, just click the plus sign and select the GIF option. Again, you’ll be able to search and select from a variety of GIFs.

Now, let’s say you have a GIF that you’ve created or found online that you want to post on Facebook. The best way to do this is to use on your computer. If you try to upload a GIF using the mobile app, it will be posted as a picture instead.

To upload a GIF on, click to write your status and select the “photo and video” option. Choose the GIF file you want to upload and click “open.” The GIF will appear as a black square with the file name, but don’t worry – it will show up once you post it. If you want to post the GIF as a comment, use the “attach photo or video” option instead.

It’s important to note that if you try to upload a GIF on the Facebook mobile app, it will show up as a picture. If you want to post a GIF on mobile, you’ll need to convert it to a video using a different software.

In conclusion, posting a GIF on Facebook is easy and fun. Whether you’re using the built-in GIF feature or uploading your own, it’s a great way to add some personality to your posts and comments. Give it a try and see how your friends react!