You’re not alone if you’re wondering how to change your Facebook password. It’s one of the most frequently asked questions on Quora, and it’s easy to tell why: Facebook has made it incredibly difficult for users to change passwords. In this article, I’ll show you how to change your password without having to deal with any headaches or technical issues.
Go to Settings and Privacy.
- Go to the Facebook app and select the drop-down menu on the top right corner of your screen, then tap Settings and Privacy.
- Under General, press Edit next to Password. A new window will pop up with several options for changing your password: Require letters only (cannot be shorter than 8 characters), Require uppercase letters only (cannot be shorter than 8 characters), Random string generated from upper- and lowercase letters plus numeric digits with 1-6 allowed at most 20 characters each; No special characters allowed whatsoever!
Under the General tab, press Edit next to Password.
To change your password, follow these steps:
- Under the General tab, press Edit next to Password.
- Enter your current password and then enter your new one twice (for confirmation). Then click Save Changes when you’re done entering both of them together!
Enter your current password, then type your new password twice.
Once you’re logged in, click the “Forgot password?” link.
Enter your current password and click Next to continue. If the site asks you if this is a temporary change, then skip to step 3 below; otherwise, proceed to make an account with Facebook’s new email address and password (see “Making a New Account” below). You’ll see two options: one that says “I forgot my current password,” and another that says “Forgot email address/password.” Click whichever option matches what you want to do next—for example, if it says “Need help setting up my account?” click on that link instead of clicking through directly into making a new account as I did above!
After you’ve typed your new password twice, click Save Changes.
If you’re using a mobile device, click the settings icon on the top right corner of your profile. Then, tap Security and change the password for your account.
If you’ve changed your password before but forget what it was, take a look at this article: How Do I Find My Facebook Password?
Log out of Facebook and back in with the new password.
Changing your Facebook password is an important step in keeping your account secure. If you do not change the password regularly, hackers can use brute-force attacks to guess at the new one and gain access to your account.
To change a Facebook password:
- Go to https://www.facebookaccounts.com/settings/security
- Click on “Change Password.” This will take you to a page where you can choose whether or not to send notifications when someone tries to log into their account using the old password (more about this later). Click on “Send Notification” if this option is available for both of these pages; otherwise, skip down below for instructions about how to delete notifications from yourself so that no one receives any messages from Facebook regarding new logins or changes made by other users—and don’t worry! There’s no need for anyone else outside of yourself who may have access via email address (like friends) unless they’ve asked specifically so as well…
It is important to change your Facebook password regularly to stay safe online.
It is important to change your Facebook password regularly to stay safe online. If you use the same email and password combination for both accounts, then it’s possible for someone else who has access to that information (e.g., a malicious employee) to gain access to your account(s).
You can use any number of methods when choosing what character set should go into each letter/number combination: letters only, numbers only, or mixed-case letters and numbers (e.g., “123456”). You’ll also want a unique password length–the longer the better!
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