What Other Names Are Allowed On Facebook? See The Other List Of Names That Are Allowed On Facebook

What Other Names Are Allowed On Facebook? See The Other List Of Names That Are Allowed On Facebook

What other names are accepted on Facebook? Facebook standard as regard names of users. Which names are best and allowed for your Facebook account. See detailed information below;
In my previous post on what names are allowed on Facebook, I stated categorically the various names that are not allowed by Facebook because those names are against the Facebook standard. Some persons due to one reason or the other choose to used names that are not associated with their names on Facebook. 

But, the majorities of these persons don't know which of the names are allowed by Facebook and which is not allowed.

As a result of this, the majority of them after all set and done, end up not having a Facebook account while others end up paying someone else to create a Facebook account for them.

To save you the stress of having to go through a trial and error method in trying to get a Facebook name that is in compliance with Facebook standard, today, I want to show you what other names are allowed on Facebook so that when once you wish to create a Facebook account you won't go through the stress of rejection simply because you are using those names that are not allowed on Facebook.

According to the Facebook management team, Facebook is a community where everyone uses the name they go by in everyday life. 

This makes it so that you always know who you're connecting with and helps keep our community safe.

If you wish to create a Facebook account, bear it at the back of your mind that your name on Facebook can't include the following:

- Symbols, numbers, unusual capitalization, repeating characters or punctuation

- Characters from multiple languages

- Titles of any kind (example: professional, religious)

- Words or phrases in place of a name

- Offensive or suggestive words of any kind

- Unusual spacing or splitting of names

- Characters from multiple languages

- Joint or multiple names on the same profile

- Unusual punctuation, such as apostrophes, within a name

- Names with vowels removed

- Repeated names

- Unusual capitalization

- Extra accent marks

Having outlined that, below is the list of things you are to also bear in mind while creating your Facebook account name to avoid rejection.

- The name on your profile should be the same name that your friends call you in everyday life. This name should also appear on at least one item from Facebook ID list.

- Nicknames can be used as a first or middle name if they're a variation of your first name (like Mike instead of Michael).

- While Facebook requires that you use your full last name, you can use your first and middle initials (like P.T. Barnum instead of Phineas Tyler Barnum).

- You can also list another name on your account (example: maiden name, nickname, professional name).

- Profiles are for individual use and should display the name of a single person. If you want to display the name of a business, organization or idea, you can create a Facebook Page.

- Pretending to be anything or anyone other than yourself on a Facebook profile isn't allowed.

Note: If you want to limit the audience who sees the name you go by in everyday life on your Facebook Profile, you can adjust your Privacy settings.

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