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How to change Facebook page name after 200 likes

Facebook as we all know is a trending social networking website. It helps connect the world to their friends and even let you make new ones. One of the most interesting feature that it offers is the Page feature, you can create Facebook Pages free of cost to make a wider audience for yourself or your business. Facebook although being the best social network as of now, comes with some limitations, the “Page Name Change” to be one of them. You can change your Facebook Page name until you have crossed 200 likes on your page, but what if you want to change it after that?

So if you are one of the admins of such a page which has crossed 200 likes and want to change your Facebook Page name, keep reading.

Method #1

For those who live in USA, can change their Facebook Page name simply by following this easy 5 step method. Rest of you from other parts of the world, jump to Method #2.

Note : If your Page Name Change request is approved, you won’t be able to change your page name again in future.

  1. Click on the “About” link below your Page’s cover photo.
  2. Go to “Page Info” in the left column.
  3. Hover over the “Name” section and click on “Edit“.
  4. Click on “Request Change“.
  5. Fill out the form that comes up, and then click “Send“.

Method #2

For those who live outside USA and have Google Chrome installed, this solution of changing page name should work for you.

Note : If your Page Name Change request is approved, you won’t be able to change your page name again in future.

  1. Open Chrome and install Zen Mate extension from HERE .How to change Facebook page name after 200 likes
  2. Now input your email address and a random password will be generated (save it for future).
  3. Restart your Chrome and change your public location to United States.How to change Facebook page name after 200 likes
  4. Now you can simply follow the Method #1 above and you’ll be able to change your page name.

That’s it for now, we’ll keep you updated if new methods pop up. If you have any trouble following the guide above, do let us know in the comments section below.

About Shivam Sharma

An introvert person who loves to be jailed in a room with a computer and an internet connection. Keen about technology and science. Love writing articles when it comes to topics of interest. Author cum Founder at GeekCops.com

2 comments

  1. Nice article. This is awesome and simple trick.

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