Create a username for your Facebook Page

Pages that you manage may be in the new Pages experience. Learn more about new Pages.
Your username can help people find you on Facebook. It’s also used in the web address for your profile or Page (example: facebook.com/username).
Your Page's username will appear below your Page's name and in your Page's URL to help people find and remember your Page. An example of a username could be @JaspersMarket if the Page name is Jasper's Market.
You can create a Page username if you’re an admin of a classic Page or have Facebook access to a new Page.
Classic Pages
To create a username for your Page:
  1. From your Feed, click  Pages in the left menu.
  2. Go to your Page.
  3. Click Create @Username below your Page's name.
  4. Enter a username, then click outside of the composer.
  5. If the username is available, click Create Username.
If the username you want is already taken or not approved, you'll need to choose a different one. Make sure the username you're trying to create follows the guidelines for custom usernames.
Keep in mind that newly-created Pages may not immediately be able to create a username, and that your Page's username may be removed because of inactivity.
New Pages Experience
To create a username for your Page:
  1. Log into Facebook, then click your profile photo in the top right.
  2. Click See all Profiles, then select the Page you want to switch into.
  3. Click your Page's profile picture in the top right.
  4. Click Settings & privacy, then click Settings.
  5. In the left menu, click your Page’s name.
  6. Below General Page settings, click Edit next to Username.
  7. Enter a username.
  8. If the username is available, click Save changes.
If the username you want is already taken or not approved, you'll need to choose a different one. Make sure the username you're trying to create follows the guidelines for custom usernames.
Keep in mind that newly-created Pages may not immediately be able to create a username, and that your Page's username may be removed because of inactivity.
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