We’re updating each Community Center member’s username so it’s unique and easily searchable. Now you’ll be able to make sure you’re mentioning the right @Annie or @Guillermo in your posts and replies.
Here’s how it will work: We will automatically add numbers to the end of your existing username to make it unique. To keep it simple, you won’t be able to further customize your username, but this change should help you find hosts and be found by them in the online Community.
We’re excited about this change and are happy to answer any questions you might have about it. Just reach out to your Online Community Managers here in the Community Center, @Lizzie, @Stephanie or @Quincy.
I would like to pick my own numbers so I can remember them: @Callahan321
531 Angier Ave. N.E.
Yes, picking our own numbers is much easier. The info is locked into our brains effortlessly. For many people, who may be unable to pick their own numbers - this can create frustration and challenges. Users could potentially become not motivated to use this service.
@Anna1952 Why do you think it's necessary to remember it? It has nothing to do with your actual Airbnb hosting or travelling account, it's just a way for users to be able to tag each other on this forum.
thanks for the heads up.
I've investigated into this and found out, that airbnb will be assigning numbers to their departements. Here's the preliminary list that I've got:
@ airbnb1 …..... the guest is always right - departement
@ airbnb2 …..... unjustified refund - dept.
@ airbnb3 …..... we don't delete retaliatory reviews - dept.
@ airbnb4 …... the houserules don't matter – dept.
They're working on more numbers. I'll let You know as soon as I know.