said 1 year, 3 months ago:
@williamgoodhart ~ if I understand correctly, you created a personal profile under the name Bill Goodheart that you want to get rid of but when you open Safari, it automatically connects to that page.
Then, later you created a personal profile under William Goodheart. This one you cannot access in Safari (presumably because Safari is automatically signing you in).
If the above info is correct, you can go to your settings on the profile you want to get rid of (make sure that you’re not getting rid of the profile that you created your page, “The Street Teacher” under or you will lose your page).
So, you’re logged into the personal profile that you DO NOT WANT:
- Click the little dropdown arrow in the upper right corner.
- choose ACCOUNT SETTINGS.
- Choose SECURITY in the links on the right.
- At the bottom, you’ll see a link to DEACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT.
- Follow any instructions that come up because I’ve never deactivated so I do not know what it does from there.
OK, so now you’ve deactivated that account.
LOG OUT OF FACEBOOK while you’re in Safari. The screen should change to a normal Facebook screen that allows you to log in. Log in under the account that you kept. Safari should ask you if you want to save the user name and password . . .
So, if I understood your dilemma correctly, you should now be in business with the correct personal profile. As for managing your page, give me things you’re wanting to do and I’ll try to guide you through them.