Digital Toolkit Tutorial

Find instructions below on how you can use the Ally Facebook Frames, Instagram Story stickers, and Zoom backgrounds during March Disability Awareness Month. 

Facebook Ally Frame

  1. Go to your profile.
  2. Click the camera icon on the bottom right of your profile picture.
  3. Select the “Add Frame” option.
  4. Click the search bar and type “Fishers Disability Awareness Month Ally”. 
  5. Select the frame.
  6. You will then be taken to a screen where you can decide how long you want the frame displayed on your profile picture. 
  7. Click “Save”.
  8. Done! 

Instagram Story Stickers 

  1. Go to your profile. 
  2. Tap the “+” on the bottom right of your profile picture at the top of the screen to create a Story.
  3. You will be taken to your camera and you can take a photo, or you can tap the bottom left and you will be taken to your camera roll where you can select a photo or video you want to upload to your story. 
  4. Once your photo or video is selected, it will take you to a screen where you can edit the photo. Tap the fourth button from the left on the top (it is a smiley face inside of a square). 
  5. Search the term “Fishers Disability Awareness” and four stickers will pop up.
  6. Tap the stickers to add them to your photo or video. You can move them around or pinch them to make them bigger or smaller. You can search the term again and add more than one sticker, as well. 
  7. When you’re finished adding them, tap “Send To” in the bottom right of your screen and tap the button “Share” next to “Your Story”.
  8. Done! 

How to Upload a Zoom Background

  1. Download your background from
  2. Once you join your Zoom meeting, click on the “^” next to the Stop Video button. Make sure that you can have your video turned on.
  3. Click “Choose Virtual Background”.
  4. Click on the “+” sign under the preview screen, then select “Add Image”. 
  5. Select your image and click "Open." If the photo is displayed backwards, uncheck the “Mirror my Video” checkbox at the bottom of the window. Exit out of the window.
  6. Done!