It’s quite irksome. Absolutely! Facebook is becoming a headache to most of its users.
A lot of people have even forgotten their passwords because within a week they go through a countless hustle of being asked by the social media network to change their login credentials because of a purported intrusion.
Sometimes, and just sometimes, when you feel the frustrations are all over, you get hit by the Facebook jail alert: “Your account has been temporarily blocked for violating our Community Standards” – in the middle of sharing something dear to your heart.
Some have even gone ahead to create a second Facebook account just to have the peace of mind of only sharing often innocuous story links.
So why is Facebook subjecting its users to such grueling sessions. Here are the reasons:
Temporary blocks from sharing posts on Facebook can happen if you’ve:
- Posted a lot in a short amount of time.
- Shared posts that were marked as unwelcome.
- Shared something that goes against our Community Standards.
Facebook added: “Though we can’t lift the block early, you can still view posts in your News Feed at any time.”
So next time you think of sharing something on Facebook, check out their Community Standards first.
By K.N.S Mensah, Daily Mail GH