Metta has announced that the Facebook social network will introduce ways for users to have up to five profiles.
This major change in Facebook, which has always required a “real name” for users since its inception, will help people build their experience on the platform based on their interests and relationships, and provide different types of content for everyone. Send a group of friends or family.
Facebook will still require each user to have only one Facebook account and use their real name in the user’s main profile. After logging into their main account, people can access as many profiles as they have created.
Meta said in a statement that its rules on spoofing and other types of misleading statements of identity still apply to all profiles.
According to the Reuters report, Meta’s spokesperson said: The company is testing the new approach in some countries, but did not name these countries.