How to Get a URL on Facebook
Prior to June 2009, Facebook users were identified by a series of numbers behind the facebook.com URL, which created a direct link to their personal profile. Users are now able to create a personal username to make it easier for others to search for them and provide a user-friendly link to their profiles. After your initial username change you are only allowed to change it once, according to the rules and guidelines of Facebook.
Things You'll Need
- Facebook account
- Internet connection
Get a New URL
Log in to Facebook.
Clear the URL bar, and type in "www.facebook.com/username." Select from the list of available names, or check the box next to the empty field to enter a custom username.
Click the "Check Availability" button, and click the "Confirm" button to complete the process.
Change Your Existing URL
Click the "Settings" button at the top of the Facebook website.
Click the "Change" link next to the "Username" section. Highlight your existing user name and press the "Delete" or "Backspace" button to erase the existing name, and type in a new username.
Click the "Check Availability" button, and click "Confirm" to complete the switch.