3-Column Twitter Profile Dimensions: How To Setup Header And Profile Pics


3-Column Twitter Setup for Header and Pic

Have you just logged into your Twitter account, only to find out that a new 3-column Twitter profile has debuted? You might notice that your profile pic is a little bit fuzzy and that you are now being urged to upload a header image.

Fear not Twitter users, we are here to provide you with some quick and useful guidance.

To begin the process:

1. Navigate (while logged in) to your Twitter profile. In my case: https://twitter.com/JamesKosur.

2. Click “Edit Profile”

Your screen should now look like this:

Simply drag and drop your new header and profile pic into place and adjust their “zoom in / zoom out” feature.

New Twitter Profile Header Size

First, let’s start with the new Twitter header image. For best results your image should be either 1252px width x 626px height OR 1500px width × 500px height.

After a good degree of testing I highly suggest the 1500 x 500px option.

New Twitter Profile Pic Size

If your old profile avatar looks pixel heavy, you probably need to upload a new pic. The new size suggested by Twitter is 400px x 400px.

I personally love the new 3-column Twitter design because it places more emphasis on personal and brand optimization right at the top of the page. I have long been annoyed by smaller screens which tend to hide Twitter’s traditional “sidebar” friendly images.


James Kosur

James Kosur has worked in the new media space for the last 10 years, helping many publications build their audiences to millions of monthly readers. He currently serves as the Director of Business Development at Business2Community.com and the CEO of Aven Enterprises LLC.

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