Facebook Page roles allow you to assign different levels of access and permission to people who help you manage your Page. This can be helpful for businesses and organizations that have multiple people working on their social media presence.
There are five different Facebook Page roles:
- Admin: Admins have the highest level of access and can do everything on a Page, including creating and managing content, assigning roles to others, and viewing insights.
- Editor: Editors can create, edit, and publish content on a Page, as well as respond to messages and comments.
- Moderator: Moderators can respond to messages and comments, and remove inappropriate content.
- Advertiser: Advertisers can create and manage ads for a Page.
- Analyst: Analysts can view insights and analytics for a Page.
To manage Page roles:
- Go to your Page and click Manage.
- Click Page access on the left.
- Next to People with Facebook access, click Add new.
- Type the name or email address of the person you want to add and click Next.
- Select the Page role you want to assign to the person and click Give Access.
You can also edit or remove someone’s Page role by clicking next to their name and selecting Edit Access or Remove.
Here are some tips for managing Page roles:
- Only assign roles to people you trust.
- Be careful when assigning the Admin role, as Admins have full control over your Page.
- Consider assigning different roles to different people based on their skills and experience.
- Review your Page roles regularly and make changes as needed.
Here are some examples of how you might use Page roles:
- You might assign the Admin role to your business owner or marketing manager.
- You might assign the Editor role to your social media team.
- You might assign the Moderator role to your customer service team.
- You might assign the Advertiser role to your media buyer.
- You might assign the Analyst role to your marketing analyst.
By managing Page roles effectively, you can ensure that your Page is well-managed and that your team members have the access and permissions they need to do their jobs.