Facebook stickers

Facebook StickersWe love it when we have something to shout about! This time we are excited to share with you that Facebook has added another cheeky feature to a user’s profile by allowing us to reply to someone’s update by posting a sticker. If you are a fan of emoticons then this is something you are going to love!

Facebook stickers are simple to use. Just click on the smiley face icon that can be found next to the photo upload image on the ‘write a comment’ bar and you can now browse through the range of stickers and use them in your comment either on its own or along with text.

There a variety of stickers to choose from and the best thing is, they’re all free too! Once you have decided what group of stickers you want all you need to do is click on the ‘Free’ button and they will save so that every time you click on your sticker icon, they will be there ready for you to use.

As you can imagine, there was excitement all round when we discovered at The Last Hurdle that Facebook have only gone and given us a range of Snoopy stickers to choose from…and no, we had nothing to do with it!

The stickers range from the cute animated type, text talk, animals, food, cartoons and sport. In fact there is a massive 89 different varieties to choose from so it’s worth taking a look!

So the next time you log into your account, check out the Facebook stickers, save them and start using – remember it doesn’t cost you anything! You might start seeing a sudden increase of stickers appearing on your newsfeed but why not add a bit of fun to your replies instead of the usual text!

We love them!


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