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Creating A Profile Image

Your profile icon in CoSchedule is provided with a Gravatar image. Using the email you use in Gravatar will generate the proper profile image in CoSchedule. Click here to learn more about signing up for Gravatar.

Login at Gravatar.com using your WordPress.com account by clicking the button at the top-right of the page.

Once you are logged in, click on the circle next to your account email on the top-right side of your screen, then click Add an Image.

Click Upload new to upload a new picture from your hard drive. You can also add new photos through a URL or with your Webcam.


Click Choose File. Locate the image on your computer and select it using the button that appears for your operating system (which will usually say Choose or Open). 

Then click Next. 

Gravatar will ask you to crop your image and provide you with previews so you know how it will look in different formats. Click Next. Then, rate your Gravatar by clicking on the appropriate rating box.

You're done!

You can add emails and images at any time by logging into your Gravatar account and using the My Profile button at the top of the page, which gives you several options.

Gravatar allows you to have multiple email addresses in your account, and multiple images.

Within one Gravatar account, you can control which image appears on different websites based on the email you use when you sign in to write a blog post or leave a comment on sites that use the Gravatar system. It is a universal method of controlling your image from one location across the entire web. 

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