Adding Team Members to Your Facebook Business Page

Last updated: May 31, 2018 at 1:48 am

facebook photoThe world is growing more and more social-media savvy everyday, and creating a Facebook Business Business is a huge compliment to the marketing campaign of most modern businesses.

Anyone with a personal Facebook Account can create a Facebook Business Page. Once you create a Facebook Page, you might want to add other team members to help you update and contribute to the page.

The Facebook Account which creates the page will automatically have administrator privileges. But you can easily add other administrators.

Here are the simple steps.

Step 1: Log into Facebook as you normally do.

Do you see that small arrow pointing downward on the upper right of the picture? Click on it. You should now see something like this.

Do you see the link that says “Manage Pages”? Click on it. You should now see something like this.

The above picture shows the six Facebook Business Pages that I personally managed at the time of taking that pic. You may have created more or less Facebook Business Pages. For this example, I’ll select the Facebook Business Page at the very top: Amazonas Hotel, Restaurant and Bar. Now you just click on the page you want to have access to. You should now see a page similar to the one below.

Do you see the “settings” button next to the “Help” button on the top right hand of the page? Click on it. You should now see a page like the one below.

If you look carefully on the left hand column of the picture above, you should see a button named “Page Roles.” Click on it. You should now have loaded a page like the one below.

Look right where it says “Assign a New Page Role.” In the box below that label, type the name or email address of the person you want to add as a team member.

By default, the “Editor” button is ticked. But you can change that to “Administrator” by clicking the arrows next to the word “Editor.” You can add someone as an “Administrator, Editor, Moderator, Advertiser, Analyst or Live Contributor.” An Editor usually has less privileges than an Administrator. Be careful whom you give Administrator privileges to.

Once you start typing into the box, Facebook will help you by popping up suggestions based on what you type. In this case, I selected “Nicola Warrinna-Johnson.”

Once I have selected the “Admin” option and clicked the “Add” button, Nicola Warrinna-Johnson will be added to the list of Existing Page Roles as an Administrator.

As an Administrator of the page, you will be able to post pictures, videos and text, edit posts, change settings and even delete the page.

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