This guide will show you how to use Bitmoji on Facebook. If you want to post a Facebook status with Bitmoji, it is very easy and it’s now even easier to use Bitmoji in Facebook comments. We’ll show you all the ways you can add Bitmoji to Facebook in 2019.
Bitmoji are custom emoji that look like you. You can customize the looks, hair, and clothing of your Bitmoji, which look astonishingly real. From there Bitmoji includes a number of props, signs, sayings memes and other options that make Bitmoji the best response for many occasions.
Here’s a look at how to use Bitmoji on your Mac or PC, which will allow you to use Bitmoji on Facebook from your computer. You can also use this guide to Bitmoji to learn more about the service.
How to Use Bitmoji on Facebook
You need to install Bitmoji on your iPhone, Android, Mac or PC to use Bitmoji on Facebook. When you install Bitmoji on your device you will need to add it to your iPhone or Android keyboard. On Mac or PC, you need to install the Bitmoji Chrome extension. You will need to sign into Bitmoji on your preferred platform so that you can use your custom Bitmoji.
When you install Bitmoji on your device you will need to add it to your iPhone or Android keyboard. To do this on iPhone;
- Go to Settings
- Tap on General
- Tap on Keyboard
- Choose Keyboards
- Tap Add New Keyboard
- Pick Bitmoji and then go back to the main list of keyboards.
- Tap on Bitmoji and then Allow Full Access.
Here are more details on this process.
On Mac or PC, you need to install the Bitmoji Chrome extension. You will need to sign into Bitmoji on your preferred platform so that you can use your custom Bitmoji. This guide walks through how to install and start using the Bitmoji Chrome extension.
How to Add Bitmoji to Facebook Posts
Now that you have Bitmoji set up, it’s just a matter of picking the Bitmoji you want to use on Facebook. On your own Facebook post, you can add a Bitmoji just like you do any other picture that you copy and paste in.
Switch to the Bitmoji keyboard on iPhone, iPad or Android and then tap on the Bitmoji you want to use. Tap in the post box and then tap paste. This will insert it as a photo to your post.
On your Mac or PC, click on the Bitmoji extension and then right-click and copy the Bitmoji you want to use. Click in the Facebook post box and then right-click and choose paste or use a keyboard shortcut to paste.
How to Add Bitmoji to Facebook Comments
Until recently you had to save Bitmoji as a photo and then upload it to get it in a Facebook comment, but you can now simply copy and paste the same when you do with a status update.
To add Bitmoji to Facebook comments on iPhone, tap on the post to get the iPhone keyboard to appear. Tap on the globe to switch to the Bitmoji keyboard. Now tap on the Bitmoji and then tap in the reply area to paste the Bitmoji.
To use Bitmoji on Facebook on your Mac or PC, you can copy and paste the Bitmoji just like in the directions above. On an iPhone or Android, you’ll need to save the Bitmoji to your device and then upload it. This isn’t a superb solution, but it’s the only way to add photos to a comment with the Facebook app.
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