What happens next?
There are several reasons people end up with more than one Facebook page. If the two pages serve precisely the same purpose, it is possible to merge them, leaving you with one page without losing information such as check-ins.
The Rules About Merging Pages
Facebook does provide the option to merge two pages but has rules to help reduce errors. To merge pages:
If all those things are true, you can merge the Facebook pages.
When you merge the pages, you lose one of them. The only things that merge from the second page are page likes and check-ins. If that stuff isn’t essential to you, you can just delete the second account. Merging might be critical, though, for business pages where likes matter.
What won’t merge from the second page is:
So, merging isn’t the convergence of the two pages. The only thing that saves from the second page is likes and check-ins. The surviving page will not change significantly.
You cannot reverse the merge, either. So consider carefully if this is the best option for the two pages.
The steps to merge two Facebook pages are simple:
Facebook will ask you to confirm that you want to merge the two pages. Once you are sure you want to do the merge, you confirm by clicking on “Request Merge.”
Once the pages become one, you will get a notification that the likes from the removed page are not added to the ones you keep.