I have created two Facebook pages, both never published so far, first on March, 9 and second today. While I had absolutely no problems with setting Facebook Web Address for the first page, it seems, that I can't do this for the second one:
When I visit my page's
Aboutsection and click on
Enter a Facebook web addresslink, I see message saying
Your page needs at least 25 fans to have a web address.
When I visit (as instructed) facebook.com/username, when logged in as regular user (not as page), select my page in
Pagedropdown, enter desired name and click
Check availability, I see confirmation, that my name is valid. But when I click
Confirm, a message pops, saying that my page does not qualify to have a username.
I have read these questions and answers:
But, it brought no help to me. All of them seems to be claiming, that I need 25 likes to be able to set Facebook Web Address for my webpage. If that's true, then how did I managed to set it for my first page? Both pages are exactly the same -- created, filled with very limited, basic info and unpublished. The only difference between them, is that first (where I was able to change vanity URL) has profile photo uploaded and the second one hasn't. But, I strongly doubt, that this could be the reason.
Was there any change in Facebook's web address creation policy or is there anything, that I didn't done, while I was supposed to do?
How it is possible, that I changed web URL for my first page, that was created three months ago, but I failed to do the same on a page created today?