Facebook has been on a mission to help promote community safety ad responsible publishing. A vital aspect of responsible publishing is page quality. And to this end, Facebook has recently introduced Page Quality for pages to monitor reports and breaches in quality standards.
What is it?
How does it work?
- You can click See Details to learn more if you posted the content that was a recent violation. You can then either accept the decision or request review depending on the type of violation.
- For violations that may have occurred as a result of actions from other people who manage your Page, you can see the violation as well as who posted the content to your Page to help ensure better Page management. Learn more about how to add or remove someone with a role on your Page.
Keep in mind that Community Standards violations may result in your Page being unpublished or having limits placed on it (example: no longer being able to create ads). Pages and websites that repeatedly share false news will see their distribution reduced, their ability to monetize and advertise removed, and their ability to register as a news Page removed.
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