Meta images are important when sharing your content online – the image shows up on your friends’ and followers’ feeds and will help them decide if they should visit your page.
The thing is: these images should have the correct size. Facebook and Twitter don’t mind which image you’ll feed them, though; they will happily crop and resize anything they will be fed.
However, that is not always in your best interest. If you have podcast artwork that is a square image, for example, you will notice it will be horribly cropped:
The solution: an iOS shortcut that overlays the image of your choice on top of a transparent PNG of just the right size. This way, instead of cutting pixels from your image, additional invisible pixels are added:
Use this shortcut
Install this shortcut on any iOS device (iPhone or iPad), if it’s running one of the latest versions of iOS that support the Shortcuts application.
Install the shortcut
Visit this link on in iOS device.