Have you consider about it earlier that who will use your facebook account after you die? Most of the people will say NO.
Today i will show you that how can you assign a legacy contact to handle your digital affairs after you. Enjoy the content and don’t forget to share your valuable comment or share with your friends.
Everyone on Facebook can die. One day. this could be true for different social networks similarly, however, you’ll be able to undoubtedly be assured that everybody you are friends with on Facebook can pass away from this Earth. (Or, you know, unless the Singularity comes to pass.)
Our technology, our machines, is part of our humanity. We created them to extend ourselves, and that is what is unique about human beings.~Ray Kurzweil
In anticipation of this inevitable truth, Facebook has created the simplest way to name a legacy contact who can manage your account when you’re gone.
Your legacy contact can have the power to put in writing a stapled post for your profile, reply to new friend requests (e.g. friends or family who weren’t on Facebook at the time of your demise), or update your profile and cover picture (do you actually need your final image to be you in your ironic SpongeBob day costume?) they will not have access to any or all your messages unless you proactively commit to providing them access.
To assign a legacy contact, head to Settings >> Security >> legacy Contact tab and select one of your Facebook friends to handle your digital affairs.
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You’ll also have the opportunity to decide on that your account is deleted when you die.