Community names must accurately reflect the Community. Keep in mind that only authorized representatives can manage a Community for a brand, place, organization or public figure.
Community names can't include:
- Terms or phrases that may be abusive or violate someone's rights.
- Terms of phrases which are explicit in nature
- The word "official" if the Community isn't the official Community of a brand, place, organization or public figure. (Note: If Facebook assigns a Community a verified badge the Community should no longer use the word official in the Community name. Learn more about verified community badge.)
- Improper capitalization (example: tHe best HaLaL Restaurant). Community names must use grammatically correct capitalization and may not include all capital letters, except for acronyms.
- Symbols (example: ® ) or unnecessary punctuation.
- Descriptions or slogans (example: The Best Cafe - We serve the best coffee in town). People who manage Community can add this information to a Community's About section.
- Any variation of the word "CollabDeen."
Community names can't consist only of:
- Generic words (example: Pizza). The community must be managed by official representatives of the topics they're about.
- Generic geographic locations (example: New York). However, you can create a Community name for an organization that represents a geographic location. For example, "New York City – Mayor's Office" and "Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain" are acceptable Community names.
CollabDeen also strictly prohibits content related to terrorism, such as content that promotes terrorist acts, incites violence, or celebrates terrorist attacks. This is against our CollabDeen guidelines and privacy