Facebook to Allow Up to Five Profiles Under One Account

Dejan Cvetnarevic
Dejan Cvetnarevic

Updated · Jul 15, 2022


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Facebook will let users have up to five profiles, Meta announced on Thursday.

Reigniting User Growth

As part of a test, certain Facebook members will get the chance to create up to four additional profiles with different identities. This way, users could have separate feeds for their friends, coworkers, hobbies, etc.

However, creating pages and engaging with Facebook Dating will still be limited to a member’s main account. Any rule violations on one profile will also affect the others.

The move comes as Meta is stepping up efforts to drive growth on Facebook. The world’s biggest social network has been stagnating for some time and is drawing less interest from the younger generation. Earlier this year, it even lost daily active users for the first time.

The social media giant previously offered this feature in a different fashion. Public figures, for example, were already able to manage multiple profiles. Now, Facebook wants to let its members create separate identities for interests such as travel, gaming, food, and similar.

In a statement, FB spokesperson Leonard Lam said that the new feature would help users “tailor their experience based on interests and relationships”.

Currently, the multi-profile feature is only available to some American users and those in a few other countries.


Dejan Cvetnarevic

Dejan Cvetnarevic

Dejan is a techie at heart who always dreamed of turning his fascination with gaming into a career. He finds working for TechJury a perfect opportunity to express his views of all kinds of different software. Being an avid reader, particularly of fantasy and sci-fi, Dejan pursued a degree in English Language and Literature. When not at his computer, he’s watching sports or playing tabletop games.

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