Manage Admins for Your Facebook Page

 

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Running a Facebook page often involves having multiple administrators rather than just running it on your own. These administrators can be fans you know personally, leaders in the community, executives in your company or employees who specialize in customer relations.

Assigning other admins to your page will free up your time to run other aspects of your business while giving someone else the reigns to manage your Facebook page. Make sure that whoever is managing your Facebook page shares the same vision and goals regarding how customers should be treated and your brand image.

 

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STEP 1: ACCESS THE PAGES AND ADS INTERFACE

Go to Pages on the left to view your Pages and Ads tab. Click your preferred page.

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STEP 2: CLICK “MANAGE ADMIN ROLES”

Go to your Admin Panel, then Click “Edit page”. Now on the dropdown menu, choose “Manage Admin Roles”.

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STEP 3: TYPE IN A NEW ADMIN’S NAME

Type in the name of the admin you want to add. If you want to add more than one admin, click “Add another admin” and type their name in too. As you type in the name, Facebook will search for that name in your current friends and try to auto-complete it for you.

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There are 5 different types of admin roles: Manager, Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser and Insights Analyst; Manager being the highest rank of Admin. Keep that in mind when you’re assigning admins, and make sure you have absolute trust with whoever you grant Manager access.

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STEP 4: REMOVING ADMINS

If you want to remove an admin, click the “X” button next to any administrator.

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Facebook will ask you to type in your password to make sure it’s really your who is making all the changes.

Now you know how to add and remove administrators for your Facebook page. Having a great admin team can make managing a page much easier. Make sure each and every admin is on the same page about what everyone’s responsible for and the kind of brand you’re trying to cultivate.

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