The more time you spend on Facebook, the more you like it. So recently, I found out that every Facebook users got three different ID’s and Passwords. Interesting! It may appear shocking to you, but no one can toil with your Facebook account provided you followed Facebook Account Security Measure. This post will help you discover your three ID’s and passwords.
Some people might think this feature is a breach, but I want to tell you it isn’t, but an intelligent feature.
Discover your Facebook Account Three Login ID’sYour Facebook account default login Id is the email address you associate with your Facebook account while the alternate login Id #1 is your Facebook username and the alternate login Id #2 is your phone number that is associated with your Facebook account.
For instance, if my email is email@example.com while my profile link is http://www.facebook.com/justnaira and the phone number that I associate with my account is +2348167****** then my three Ids’ will be:
Main Login Id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternate Login Id #1: justnaira i.e. my username. This can be found on your profile page, it will appear like this – www.facebook.com/justnaira
Alternate Login Id #2: +234816****** i.e. phone number associated with Facebook
Discover your Facebook Account Three PasswordsYour main password will be the one you use to create your Facebook account while the other two can be constructed by toggling the main password characters.
For instance, if my password is justnaira@blog, then my other two passwords will be:
Alternate Password #1: Justnaira@blog [If the first character of your Facebook password is in small case, just change that character to upper case]
Alternate Password #2: JUSTNAIRA@BLOG [you can convert the uppercase characters to lowercase (and vice-versa)]
Does Facebook Know about This?According to Facebook:
We accept three forms of the user’s password to help overcome the most common reasons that authentic logins are rejected. In addition to the original password, we also accept the password if a user inadvertently has caps lock enabled or their mobile device automatically capitalizes the first character of the password.
Give this a trial and see how it works best for you.