Facebook has unveiled a slew of new features and improvements for its users throughout the world. Meta has begun testing a new feature that has been long requested by English-speaking users throughout the world, including artists who have been locked out of their accounts.
The inclusion of this function would be beneficial because many users are unsure of how to retrieve their accounts or who to contact for assistance. On top of that, Facebook has begun testing the tool with artists who do not have a relationship manager assigned to them.
The social media giant announced in a blog post that it is rolling out various new comment moderation tools, including profanity keyword blocking tools, suspension and banning restrictions, and tougher comment controls, especially for content producers and publishers.
Nevertheless, in addition to introducing unique protection features for content producers, Facebook has also announced the availability of a live chat help facility for users who have checked out of their accounts. For the time being, the option to report concerns through live chat is only accessible on the Facebook mobile app.
For a limited number of English-speaking customers worldwide, including artists who have been locked out of their accounts, we’ve begun testing live chat assistance. It is intended for users who are unable to access their accounts because of odd behaviour or whose accounts have been suspended because of a breach of Community Standards. “This will be the first time that Facebook will provide live assistance to those who have been locked out of their accounts,” the blog stated.
After losing access to your accounts or after being blocked from accessing your accounts, Facebook will display a pop-up requesting people to talk with them. If a user has difficulty, the message advises that they should contact a customer service representative. When you select “Chat with us,” a new chat window will appear, and you will be connected to a customer service representative who will assist you with regaining access to your account.
Creators in the United States who do not already have a relationship manager assigned to them can communicate with Facebook using live chat support services. “When logged in with Facebook, creators will have access to a dedicated creator support site. There, users may engage in real-time chat with a support person for assistance with a variety of concerns ranging from the status of a payout to queries regarding a new feature like the Reels function. For the time being, this is a small test, and as we grow, creators will receive an invitation on Facebook or Instagram to participate in the test and learn about the new support experience,” according to the blog.