One setback that came with the new GIF support is the inability of the Facebook user to use them when commenting on other people posts. Fortunately, there is a new Chrome extension that can help every Facebook user achieve this feat. These Facebook GIF button makes it possible for you to leave these GIFs in your comments without having to leave Facebook. The animated takeover goes on after this.
Facebook finally adds GIF support after much fuss. I'm not talking of the halfway-walk around Facebook launched last two years. You can now post your GIF in your Facebook status update for real, which reduces your use of words when you post.
This is quite easy: Just type the link to the very GIF you wish to post into your status update bar, and post. These GIFs can come from platforms such as Google, Tumblr, Imgur image searches, etc. We were initially accustomed to depending on Giphy's catalog, which was quite good at that time, but not anymore. But right now, it appears that the feature is still relatively new and while almost every user can easily post GIFs, business pages cannot access them yet.
But one good thing about learning how to upload GIF to Facebook is that it is quite easy to learn. You can do it with ease just like you enter a link to an image into your update bar. It loads like every other conventional link, and all you need to do to post it is to hit the enter button for it to be posted. Let me give you a brief GIF tutorial on how to upload GIF to Facebook.
A tiny GIF icon automatically appears right in the centre of the image. Click and enjoy. Repeat this. Then post GIFs! Today is a big day, let us celebrate.