Chess.com has been booming over the past few months, courtesy of multiple popular people in the Esports and steaming industry taking up the game and challenging others to increase their rating and get better at one of the oldest board games of human history.
While there are many websites as well as mini-games that allow you to play chess, this website has more of a community feel. You can customise your game time, among other things and also play various formats of Chess, which might be new to you too.
Much like any other community-based website where you can be friends with other people and communicate with them, Chess.com also allows you to upload a profile picture and in this article, we’re going to help you change yours if you haven’t already.
How to change your profile picture on Chess.com on PC?
Login to your account on Chess.com and follow the steps mentioned below to change your profile picture.
Click on Settings at the bottom-left of the website and then select All Settings. Then click on Add/Change below the pawn icon and select a photo from your device.
Alternatively, you can also click on Home at the top-left corner of the screen and then Profile from the list of options. Then continue by clicking on the Add/Change option below the Pawn icon or your previously uploaded profile picture.
Once the upload is complete, you’ll see an Avatar uploaded message pop-up at the top of the website window.
How to change your profile picture on Chess.com on Android and iOS?
Open the Chess.com app on your Android and iOS device and follow the steps mentioned below to change your profile picture.
- Tap on the More tab at the bottom-right of the app.
- Then tap on the Settings option.
- On the next page, tap on Account.
- Then on the next page, tap on the pawn icon beside Profile Picture.
- From the options that pop-up, tap on Take photo to click a photo and upload it as your profile picture or tap on Choose photo to upload one from your phone’s library.
Also read: How to check the ping on Chess.com?
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