You can enhance your posts by attaching an image, gif or video.
The maximum file size you can upload is 15 MB. Comity may resize or compress your files if the image attributes or the ratio exceeds the limitations enforced by the social network.
Facebook: We resize images not to exceed 3000 pixels height.
Twitter: We resize images not to exceed 1024 pixels width.
Linkedin: We resize images not to exceed 4746 pixels width.
Mastodon: We resize images not to exceed 1024 pixels width.
Pinterest: We resize images not to exceed 600 pixels width.
Use images that are at least 1080 pixels in width for best display on high-resolution devices. At the minimum, you should use images that are 600 pixels in width. We recommend using 1:1 image in your posts. For best performance please use compressed 'jpg' image files.
Comity currently supports only single image file attachments with a post. Multi-file support will be released later this year.
You cannot upload custom GIF images but use the GIF picker available in Post editor to enhance your posts with animated visuals. The GIF library is powered by Giphy.com
Facebook does not support GIF images for Business Pages, hence Comity will convert GIFs into link attachments for Facebook Pages.
When you include a link to your post, Comity will scrape the link and generate a link preview attached to your post.
Link attachments mostly mirror what you would see if you were sharing a link natively to social networks, as long as the website at the link supports The Open Graph Protocol. Link attachments currently cannot be customized. If the website/link you are sharing does not use The Open Graph Protocol, the actual attachment may look different on social networks than the attachment Comity generates for preview.