Facebook Last Name Reset

Facebook Last Name Reset: You probably just got married and would want to change your last name, or you just want to update you surname on Facebook, Facebook allows you to that. There are strict policies that guide you being able to that. This tutorial will show you steps that would help you smoothly change you last name on Facebook without being blocked. 

How to change your Last name on Facebook.
  • On your PC, tap the downwards-facing arrow in the upper right.
  • Select Settings. Under General, you’ll see your name, username (URL), your contact email, and other information. 
  • Click Edit next to “Name.” From there, you can enter in a new last name.
  • The process is similar to that on the app. Tap the Settings button, then select Account Settings. 
  • From there, tap General. 
  • Select the arrow next to your name, and you can edit your name on Facebook.
  • We think you should get familiarized with Facebook’s name guidelines before you proceed. 
  1. Your name on Facebook should be “the name that your friends call you in everyday life,” according to Facebook’s Help section. 
  2. It shouldn’t include a symbol, number, or “unusual capitalization.” 
  3. It shouldn’t include characters from different languages. 
  4. It also shouldn’t include a title (so if you’re a proud Dr., Mrs., or Captain, you’ll have to go without). You also can’t use a word or phrase instead of a name or include an offensive or suggestive word. The name should match with what’s listed on your ID. 
  5. However, you can use a nickname  as long as it’s a variation of your given name—for example, Chris instead of Christopher
  • If you wish, you can also add a second name to your account in the “Details About You” setting of your profile. To do this, tap the About section on your profile, then Details About You. Under Other Names, select Add a nickname, a birth name…, and then the type of name you want to add.
  • Now you can enter the name, and if you check off “Show at top of profile,” Facebook will show this name alongside the main name attached to your Facebook account. This feature is really useful for friends who’ve gotten married and changed their last name,they’ll often list their maiden name here as a secondary name.
Following the guidelines above, your request for a name change should be stress free.
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