How to Change Your Twitter Background

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Do you know that Twitter helps you in changing many other things like the header image and many more?

Twitter has many features which help in making your Twitter page look awesome. Below are some simple steps on how to change your Twitter background.

Step 1

Twitter log in

 You will have to log into your Twitter account and make sure you are using a computer for this tutorial.



Step 2

Then click on your own profile image located at the right side of your Twitter page.

Step 3

Twitter Background color

At the left hand side again you will find a design button click on it and select your preferred theme for your Twitter background.

Step 4

Background

If you don't feel like using the default you can click in the upload button and select your downloaded background  in file manager by clicking on existing image and upload it.

That is all you need to do in changing your Twitter background.


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