As a community manager, you should be aware of the core values that support Facebook Terms, Policies and Community Standards so you know what kind of content is and isn’t allowed. You can also use Facebook Community Standards as a guide when you create rules for your own communities.
If you think that your community might have content or members that are not adhering to Facebook guidelines, you should report it. You can report profiles, individual content and comments as well as other Pages and groups. You can use moderation tools in Groups or Pages, or the Group Quality and Page Quality tools, to identify possible violations and the steps you should take to keep your community safe.
Let’s test your knowledge
The Amateur Singers and Songwriters community has noticed several negative posts that violate Facebook Community Standards. Categorize the following posts based on which policy they are not adhering to:
The Terms of Service and Community Standards detail what is and isn’t allowed on Facebook platforms.
Facebook Community Standards are frequently updated policies that change over time and are built around the values of authenticity, safety, privacy and dignity.
Community managers should ensure that their communities are safe spaces for people to connect through moderating and reporting content that may go against Facebook Community Standards.