Facebook Users Can Now Upload, Suggest Photos For Unclaimed Pages

Facebook is now allowing users to upload and suggest photos to be used as profile pictures for pages that have not been claimed by page administrators, sister blog Inside Facebook reported.

The social network has been relying on community editing for these unclaimed pages — those not managed by people, businesses, or organizations — to fill in information such as category, business hours, and websites, Inside Facebook pointed out, but those pages have gone without profile pictures, save for the thumb tack icon the social network uses to represent locations.

Users can now upload new photos or choose from existing ones, according to Inside Facebook, and the images with the most votes will become the profile images for those pages.

Readers: Do you frequent any unclaimed pages on Facebook?

Screenshots courtesy of Inside Facebook.

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