This page describes advised usage limits for commonly used Facebook features.
This page will help you to avoid getting banned by Facebook when you are using too many features at a time.
There are no fixed limits for actions that you perform on Facebook. However things are changing and Facebook is getting more strict, be sure that actions that you perform on Facebook are in respect to their community standards and are not reported as spam by Facebook users.
Limits on actions are not a simple number, the system is automated and looks at several factors such as number of actions, time taken, identical action, type of action, any external links, copying/pasting, whether action is reported or contains spam, etc.
Facebook does not release information about algorithms used for preventing profiles from performing certain actions.
The numbers given below are approximate.
Newly created Facebook accounts should not send more than 50 messages a day. Older Facebook accounts can send up to 200 messages in a day.
Newly created Facebook accounts should not send more than 10 friend requests in a day. Older Facebook accounts can send up to 40 friend requests in a day.
According to Facebook Help Center, a Facebook profile can have up to 5000 friends in total.
Our recommended number of groups to post daily is 1- 50 per Facebook account depending on how old Facebook account is and content that is being shared.
A facebook profile can join up to 25–30 groups in a day.
According to Facebook Help Center, a Facebook profile can join up to 6000 groups in total.
According to Facebook Help Center, limit for number of pages you can like is 5000.
Facebook can ban you from using certain features when they detect that you are misusing a feature or going to fast.
This ban could last between between 1 hours to 21 days.
A real human being won’t be able to perform hundreds of actions in few minutes, if you are going too fast or using features at an alarming speed then your Facebook account can get banned from using certain features temporarily or permanently.
Your account comes under scrutiny when Facebook discovers that you are not performing actions like a human but as a robot who have been programmed to post every 30 seconds.
To avoid this, use random time intervals between actions performed by our tools. Higher and random delay times are always better to avoid getting banned.
If it is possible then use time intervals of 10 minutes and above between actions performed on behalf of your account by our product.
There are certain actions that can get reported by Facebook users, such as:
Facebook has become very strict with accounts that do not have a verified mobile number attached since September 2017. And if your account is one of those, you must’ve noticed that Facebook is marking some of your posts as spam.
To avoid this, kindly verify your Facebook account with a valid email and mobile number.
It is advised to use only one automation tool at a time an a Facebook profile.