Today, millions of people like you use the popular site called Facebook in such a way that, it has become an important part of their lives. And, though the site is considered as the most used site by around 2 billion users, still there’s an important aspect of it, which you should have definitely kept in mind while using it.
While using Facebook as a social media platform to share about your life, about your business, and about your ideas; it is also necessary to behave on the site as per its rules and regulations in order to save yourself from getting blocked from posting on Facebook platform. A minimal misuse of the Facebook site could end up with the closure of your FB account by lending you in Facebook Jail.
Now, if you’re thinking about what exactly is Facebook Jail and how to know if you’re in Facebook Jail or not, then let me tell you that the answers to all your questions mentioned below in this blog. So, keep reading further to get all your answers to avoid being blocked by Facebook and getting in Facebook Jail:
It is a term used for punishment that Facebook users get from Facebook when they break the site’s rules and regulations. Basically it blocks/ disables someone’s power and ability to perform any kind of Facebook activity such as posting and commenting on the platform.
A user can be blocked in the form of Facebook Jail for the following given reasons:
So, as you can see, there are not one or two, but many reasons for which Facebook will block the user's profiles and pages from posting any content. And, for the above-mentioned reasons/offense, Facebook will lend you in Facebook Jail maybe for a few hours, 3 days, 6 days, a week, and in a worst-case scenario, maybe permanently.
Now, do not get panicked after reading this as there are also some tips which if you follow dedicatedly, you can definitely avoid being in Facebook jail. So, let’s read these 8 tips for saving yourself from Facebook Jail:
However, if by any chance you lend yourself in Facebook Jail and what you can do is get yourself ready to report for Facebook Jail by 'Filing an Appeal' for a Facebook review on ‘My Facebook account has been disabled’ page.