Furthermore, Facebook is adding new options for heritage contacts (a friend or family member who’s granted the capability to convert an accounts into a memorialized account following the user’s death) to better handle those webpages. Contacts are going to be able to moderate the tribute section, restricting who will see or post articles on that page. Parents are now also able to request to be created children under 18 who have died a heritage contact.

Facebook says it has made additional improvements to prevent memorialized accounts from appearing in inappropriate places, such as recommendations for occasion invitations or on the automatically.
The target of the system is twofold: it allows memorialized profiles to remain as they were before the user died, and it offers a central place for people to talk about and read posts along with memories.
Facebook has announced some new modifications to how it’s handling the memorialized profiles of individuals who have died by including a new tributes segment to those pages. Friends and family will have the ability to keep to post memories of loved ones.