How Do I Use Language-Specific Names On Facebook? | How to Use Language-Specific Names On Facebook

How Do I Use Language-Specific Names On Facebook? | How to Use Language-Specific Names On Facebook

Facebook Language-Specific Names. Complete Guide On How To Use Language-Specific Names On Facebook.
Hey! Welcome to belmadeng.com. It's a pleasure to have you on my blog. I guess you're here because you're in search of a concise information on how to use Facebook language-specific names.

If yes, then you are at the right place because in this post, I have outlined what you must know about how to use Facebook language-specific names.

Before we proceed further, let me quickly stress here that right now, language-specific names are only available in a few countries.

A language-specific name is the name that you used to sign up for Facebook, translated into another language.

If someone uses Facebook in the same language as your language-specific name, they'll see your language-specific name in your profile, search results, posts, comments and photo tags.

You'll also see your language-specific name if you use Facebook in that language.
Here are some examples of language-specific names:

Name Used at Sign-Up       Language-Specific Name
- Hanako Yamada                 山田花子
- Chen WeiJie                       陳偉傑
- Young Hee Kim                 김영희
- Marina Petrova                  Марина Петрова

To add or edit your language-specific name: 

- Click in the top right and select Settings 

- Click the Name section 

- Click add or change your language-specific name 

- Enter your name as it appears in another language in the language-specific name fields 

- Enter your Password and click Save Changes To delete your language-specific name: 

- Complete steps 1–3 above 

- Delete your language-specific name 

- Enter your Password and click Save Changes 

If you're having trouble adding your language-specific name, it might be because the name you requested doesn't follow Facebook name standards

Keep in mind that the language-specific name should be the name you go by in everyday life. 

Your language-specific name should also look the same on Facebook as it does on things like a magazine subscription, ID or membership card.

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