Welcome to /r/Facebook.
This sub is dedicated to talking about the Facebook platform, not things you find on Facebook, and the ever growing changes of the social media company. The mods here are not affiliated with Facebook.com, please do not send messages to modmail regarding Facebook (the site) issues or complaints.
This sub is not meant for rants or general questions about Facebook. Absolutely no posts related to any personal experience, directly or indirectly, to you (this includes your friends or family).
Absolutely, positively, do NOT post any personal information that would allow someone to find your page, a friend, or someone else. It does not matter the situation. POSTING ANY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OF NON-CELEBRITY TYPES WILL GET YOU BANNED.
Feel free to post:
- News articles about changes to Facebook or situations regarding Facebook
- Interesting questions not related to you personally
- Screenshots of high value
- Personal information of you and others
- Is Facebook down (use this link
- Posts that Facebook is down (unless it’s from an established site)
- Clickbait or redirect links
- Sites that simply indirectly reference Facebook
- Typical screenshots
- Self promotion posts
- Blog spam
- Low quality news articles
- Like this page (you will be banned)
- Share this post (you will be banned)
- Low quality posts/memes (you will be banned)
We take an active approach to ban users who break our rules and ensure spam users and domains are immediately reported to Reddit.
Have a Facebook Issue or Question?
More than a few people have come here looking for help with technical facebook issues over the years. None of them have found any help. Nobody here knows why you were banned, or how to get you unbanned. Good luck; you’re gonna need it.
Zero Tolerance Against Spam
Spam is against the Reddit rules. Any spam accounts/posts will be reported to Reddit. We have an extremely high success rate in having accounts banned. You have been warned.
Asking for ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ is defined as spam.
To encourage discussion and a sense of community there is a small set of rules that everybody must follow.
No self-promotion other than during official threads as specified by the moderators. No posts that have an ‘is Facebook down’ style, discuss networking issues, relate to your own individual issue, are personal rants, or otherwise do not contribute quality news articles or discussions (including questions that are of low value). Screenshots are also banned.
Remain courteous and polite. The community is here to help each other – not to flame, berate or otherwise be disrespectful towards.
Ensure content not suitable for work is flagged as NSFW. Be mindful that not everybody wants to see content that is NSFW.
Assign an appropriate flair to your post wherever possible by using the ‘Flair’ option.
Report anything that you feel shouldn’t be on /r/Facebook. The moderators will review reports as soon as possible but if you feel something should be looked at sooner please message them directly, ensuring you include a link to the post or comment.
Be mindful that the moderators reserve the right to remove any post, comment or user from /r/Facebook.
Request Subreddit Listing
Requests for a subreddit to be included in the Related Subreddits section may be denied if the subreddit is low quality, distasteful, has a low subscriber count, or is otherwise not suitable in the view of /r/Facebook’s moderators.