Mentioning someone on Facebook, especially in your bio is more than a technical feature. it’s like expressing your feelings about the connection and appreciation. There could be any reason you want to do it but in this article, I will show the easy code to use to mention anything in your Facebook bio. So, without further talking let’s get started…
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How to Mention Someone in Your Facebook Bio
It’s easy to do so, please follow these simple steps on FB Mobile App:
- Go to that person’s profile and copy the ID number.
- Now go to your Profile and click the Edit Profile button.
- Scroll down and click the Add option next to Bio.
- Add this code @[ID:999:name].
- Remove the “ID” and paste the copied Facebook ID number, and replace the “name” with any person’s name, emoji, message, etc.
- Click the Save option at the top right.
How to do it on Facebook using PC
Visit someone’s profile you want to mention in your FB bio. Copy his or her Profile ID number. Go to your Facebook Profile > click the Edit Profile button > Click the Edit option next to your Bio. Copy-paste this code @[ID:999:name]. Now replace the ID with the person’s FB ID number, and name with anything you want to mention. Click Save.
Once done, you can return to your Facebook profile to see the changes. Moreover, you can also visit your Facebook by View As to see the mentioned in the Facebook bio.
How do you mention a person in your FB bio?
By default, there is no option to mention someone in your Facebook bio. But there is a small code that lets you do that in a few simple steps. Just copy this code @[ID:999:name] and paste it into your Bio. Replace the ID with someone’s Facebook ID number. To find someone’s ID number go to the person’s profile, and you will the profile link option, the ID number is mentioned over there. Please have a look at the below screenshot for your reference.
Is it Safe to mention someone in our Facebook bio?
Yes, you can. There is no harm to your Facebook account when doing so. But you may want to consider asking that person’s permission first to do so. This is to avoid account restrictions when someone submits a legitimate report against your Facebook profile.