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Whether your favorite Disney character is Baby Yoda, Elsa, or even Mickey Mouse, you can change your Disney+ profile picture to match. Here’s how to set a new avatar from your web browser or the mobile app for iPhone, iPad, or Android.

If you haven’t already, make sure you log into Disney+ on your computer or download the mobile app for iOS/iPadOS or Android before going forward. That will be the initial step before you can change your profile picture.

How to Change Your Disney+ Profile Picture From a Browser

After you log into Disney+ on your browser, you’ll be on the main screen that shows all the different movies and TV shows. Once you’re on that screen, you’ll see your profile in the top-right corner. Select your profile to display the other options underneath it.

Disney+ Main Screen

Once you have that menu open, there will be the other family profiles as well as several settings to choose from. You will want to select “Edit Profile,” which is directly below the “Add Profile” button.

Disney+ Profiles and Settings

Now, you will see the profiles on your Disney+ account that you are able to edit. There will be an Edit icon that looks like a small pencil. Click on that icon to edit profile’s avatar.

Disney+ Edit Profiles

Once you select the profile, there will be several options where you can personalize your settings. To the right of those settings, you will find your current profile picture with another Edit icon. Click on the pencil to change your profile picture.

Disney+ Profile Settings

You will be taken to a page that has all of the various Disney characters you can set as your profile picture. You can scroll through all of the options then and click on the character you want to have as your profile picture.

After selecting the icon, the website will take you back to the Edit Profile page you were previously on. Once you’re on this page, select the “Save” button at the very bottom of the screen, below “App Language.”

Disney+ Save profile

Now that you have your icon saved, the site will take you to the “Who’s Watching?” page. You will be able to see your new profile picture. Select your profile with your newly-chosen picture and start watching your favorite Disney shows and movies.

Disney+ Who's Watching?

How to Change Your Profile Picture on the App

Editing your profiles on the app is a bit simpler than it is on your browser. When you click on your profile icon in the bottom right corner, it will take you to the screen with all the profiles.

Disney+ app main screen

Select the “Edit Profiles” button to take you to the various profiles you can edit.

Disney+ app edit profiles

Starting with the editing profiles, just select the pencil icon that corresponds with the profile you want to edit.

Disney+ Edit Profiles

Once you are on your profile screen, select the “Edit” icon next to your profile picture.

Disney+ Edit Profile Picture

You will now see the entire library of pictures to choose from. Pick the icon that best suits yourself as well as your profile.

Disney+ Picture Library

Once your picture is selected, you will be taken back to the “Edit Profile” settings menu. Click “Save” in the upper right-hand corner to officially change your profile picture.

Disney+ Save Profile

Now that you have that all saved, you will be taken back to the profile page where the settings are at. You can click the “Home” button to get back to the main screen or select the magnifying glass button to find your next show.

Disney+ Profiles

Disney made it so quick and easy to make your profile picture into your favorite character, especially on the app. Now, you can sport whoever your favorite character is, even if that tends to change for you.

You now have your desired Disney pal as your profile picture so you can see them each time you log in. You’ll be able to enjoy every show with a personalized icon for every member of the family.

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