Facebook: Here’s How to Add a Constituent Badge to Your Content

Let government officials know they represent you

Facebook introduced Town Hall in March 2017
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Facebook’s Town Hall feature allows you to turn on a Constituent Badge for your account, which causes an icon to appear near your name when you interact with government officials who represent you. This badge will show up on posts you make that mention these representatives, as well as on comments on their pages or profile posts, and in any direct messages you may send them.

Our guide will show you how to turn on the Constituent Badge.

Note: These screenshots were captured in the Facebook application on iOS.

Step 1: Tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom-right corner of the screen.

Step 2: Tap “Town Hall.” Note: Depending on how often you access Facebook’s Town Hall feature, this icon may be found under “See More” on the Menu screen.

Step 3: Tap “Settings” near the top-right corner of the screen.

Step 4: Tap the toggle under “Constituent Badge” to turn this feature on. Note: When you turn the Constituent Badge on, it will appear on any future posts and comments you make, as well as on any content you’ve previously posted. You can return to this screen to turn off the Badge whenever you like, and if/when you do, the Badge will be removed from all past content you’ve posted.

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