Enter a friend or family member in the text field, then click the Add button:5) The person will become your legacy contact, and you will now be asked if you want to send the person a message to notify them that you’ve selected them: Sending the message isn’t required, but if you do, they will receive a notification that you’ve chosen them as a legacy contact.
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Of course, the legacy contact you choose doesn’t have access to everything on your account like you normally would: A Facebook legacy contact can’t: Essentially, a legacy contact can’t do anything that would be considered destructive to your account, as they can’t take anything away.
All they can really do is add things that would build off of your existing profile.
The Monday before Thanksgiving, I awoke to my personal nightmare: I had been reported for abuse on Twitter (my favorite thing to look at while I crap), and my account was frozen.