Crop an Image to All the Social Media Sizes

Crop an Image to All the Social Media Sizes
April 20, 2019 PicMonkey

Have you nailed the best design evarrr but it won’t fit where you need it (your billion social channels)? Fear not. In PicMonkey, you can crop your canvas to fit proper social media sizes at any point in your workflow.

We offer preset crop sizes for Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and other popular digital mediums, so you can call up a trusty old project to reheat, all fresh-and-toasty-like, for a new channel. Or when you’re in the zone on a timely promotional piece, zip off files for your various outlets like a bawse.

Quick steps for social media sizes

1. With your image in the editor, click the Edits tab, then choose Crop.

2. Click the drop-down menu to view size options.

3. Select your desired size, adjust the window, and click Apply.

4. Adjust placement of text and graphics as needed.

Now if you’re feeling croppy, continue underneath the sizes table for more detailed steps!

Getting to know your social media sizes

So what channels you workin’ with? Keeping up with all those channels and their respective rules can be a pebble in the shoes of designers, social media managers, and marketing specialists. To help shake it out of there, we’ve compiled the standard size limits (in pixels) you’ll be dealing with most often.


Facebook Image sizes 2019


Ad 1200 x 628 (desktop)
Ad Carousel 1080 x 1080
Event Cover 1200 x 628
Group Cover 1640 x 856
Facebook Page Cover 1640 x 624
Personal Cover 1702 x 630
Post 1200 x 1200
Profile Image 360 x 360
Facebook Story 1080 x 1920

Instagram image sizing 2019


Post 1080 x 1080 (1:1 ratio)
Profile Photo 360 x 360
Landscape Photo 1080 X 566 (1.91:1 ratio)
Portrait 1080 x 1350 (4:5 ratio)
Instagram Story 1080 x 1920 (9:16 ratio)
IGTV Cover Photo 420 x 654 (1:1.55 ratio)

Twitter image sizing 2019


Cover Photo 1500 x 500
Profile 400 x 400
Lead Generation Card 800 x 320
Post 1024 x 512

LinkedIn Image sizing 2019


Company Cover 1536 x 768
Profile 400 x 400
Personal Background 1584 x 396
Post 1400 x 800
Sponsored Ad 1200 x 627

Pinterest image sizing 2019


Square Pin 1000 x 1000
Standard Pin 1000 x 1500 (2:3 ratio)
Promoted Pin 1000 x 1500

YouTube image sizing 2019


Cover Channel Art 2560 x 1440
Video Thumbnail 1280 x 720
Channel icon 800 x 800
Display Ad 300 x 250
Display Ad Long 300 x 60
Overlay Ad 480 x 70

Snapchat geofilter size 2019


Geofilter 1080 x 2340 (must save as .png under 300 KB)
Story Ad 360 x 600
Ad 1080 x 1920

Etsy Image Sizes


Shop Big Banner 1200 x 300
Shop Mini Banner 1200 x 160
Profile Photo 500 x 500
Order Receipt Banner 760 x 100
Carousel Banner 1200 x 300 per image (Etsy plus only)
Collage Banner
  • For 2 images, images must be sized to a minimum of 600 x 300px
  • For 3 images, images must be sized to a minimum of 400 x 300px
  • For 4 images images must be sized to a minimum of 300 x 300px

(Etsy plus only)

Shop Icon 500 x 500
Item Listing Photo At least 2000 on short edge (read about uploading product photos)

Twitch image size 2019


Highlights 1920 x 1080
Social media sizes last updated March 29, 2019

Detailed steps for social media sizes

Open your image in PicMonkey

PicMonkey's crop tools offer simple social media sizes for fast design repurposing.

Head to, click the Create new button, and navigate to where your image is stored. If you’re grabbing your image from Hub, click Edit a copy so you can preserve the original image for future use.

Choose a social size

Choose a preset template for the perfect fit in your social media.

Click the Edits tab, then choose Crop from the menu. In the drop-down list that appears, choose the social media size you want. If you have a size PicMonkey isn’t showing, g’ahead and type the dimensions into the size boxes.

Adjust your crop

Crop your image for a custom fit.

Drag the crop to the optimal place in your image, then click Apply.

Now comes the artistry that no instant re-sizing algorithm can do smartly: adjust the objects in your design to the new crop. Nudge that graphic a little here, resize your text a little there, and your design is ready for social stardom.

If your image has a color background, and your new crop size is wider or taller than the dimensions you started out with, select the color background layer in the Layer palette and drag the side handles (in the design) to extend it to the new crop size.

Remember that your image has been auto-saving constantly while you work, so call off the search party for a “save” button—it’s all squared away in your Hub.

Repeat for more social channels

If you need to size an image you’ve just finished editing for more than one social channel, easy peasy. You don’t need to close out of the image that’s loaded; ya just open a new one right over it. (It’s not technically over it, but it’ll feel like it.)

PicMonkey's crop tools offer simple social media sizes for fast design repurposing.

Click the Create new button in the top toolbar and open a copy of your original design to start cropping away in your next social size.

Size your images on our mobile app

Manually crop on PicMonkey Mobile, or select one of the social media templates for a perfect fit.

In the PicMonkey mobile app, load your image and tap Edit in the bottom toolbar. Tap Crop, then flick the size wheel under your photo left and right to get perfectly sized starting points for your Facebook covers, YouTube thumbnails, and much more.

If you’re just starting an image, tap Size after you’ve opened a blank canvas. Flick the horizontal size wheel left and right to see all your social size options.


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This article was written by PicMonkey Staff, a multicellular organism of hive-minded sub-parts who just wanna get you the ideas and information you crave, so you can make powerful images that level up your business.