How To Make A Collage On Facebook

Facebook, the world’s most popular networking platform, has evolved over the years, introducing several features that allow users to express themselves in a variety of ways. One of these features is the ability to create a collage. This blog post will guide you on how to make your very own collage on Facebook.

What is a Collage?

A collage, in the context of Facebook, is a collection of photos grouped together in a single post. This can serve as a creative method to showcase a series of related photos, such as a recent trip, a special event, or a progress related series. Let’s get started with the steps to create your collage!

Step 1: Log in to Your Facebook Account

To start creating your collage, make sure you’re logged into your Facebook account. If you don’t have an account yet, you can create one by following the sign-up process on Facebook’s homepage.

Step 2: Create a New Post

Once logged in, navigate to the “What’s on your mind?” box at the top of your News Feed or Profile page. This is where you can start posting and sharing your thoughts.

Step 3: Add Photos to Your Post

Click on the “Photo/Video” option located below the post box. This will open up your computer’s file explorer where you can search for the images you want to include in your collage.

Step 4: Select Multiple Photos

Hold down the CTRL key (or the Command key on Mac) and click on each photo you want to add to your collage. Once you’ve selected all the photos you want, click on the “Open” button.

Step 5: Arrange Your Photos

Facebook will automatically arrange the photos into a collage. However, you can rearrange them by clicking and dragging each photo to your desired position. You can also click on a photo to add a caption to it.

Step 6: Post Your Collage

Once you’re satisfied with the arrangement of your photos, click on the “Post” button. Your collage will now be posted on your Facebook timeline for your friends to see!


Creating a collage on Facebook is a fun and easy way to share your memories with your friends and family. So the next time you have a series of photos you want to share, consider making a collage. Happy posting!