Twitter certainly made some waves this week with the announcement that its users could now create custom header images for their profiles. Amazing, right? Not exactly.
In a page virtually torn almost directly from the likes of Facebook and Google+ (yes, it's still hanging around, even without a write API), the new capability does little to inspire this user beyond shrug his shoulders. Fortunately, the process for adding a header image to Twitter is incredibly simple.
In the hopes of keeping up with the digital Jones', below you'll find a step-by-step guide to getting started with Twitter header images. The total time for this project should take 60 seconds if you've got the image you'd like to use ready.
If you've created a new Twitter header image today, show it and share it with the Website Magazine community by commenting below. You might even earn yourself a retweet as we'll feature the five best redesigned Twitter profiles in an upcoming post, so share your handle now!
Step One: Navigate to the Profile Page (twitter.com/username)
Step Two: Select "Me" from the navigation bar at the top
Step Three; Select Account Setting
Step Four: Select "Design" from the available menu
Step Five: Select "Change Header"
Step Six: Upload Header Image
(recommended size is 1200x600 although it can be scaled to fit).
Step Seven: Take a look and share with the world!