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We specialize in helping you utilize digital tools and digital marketing strategies to grow your brand. Today, we’re going to discuss how you can give access to your Facebook page. Whether you’ve just hired a new social media manager, an assistant, or a community manager, we’ll show you exactly how to grant them the access they need. Make sure you’re logged into the Facebook page you want to manage, and check out the video!

Step-by-Step Guide to Granting Access to Your Facebook Page

Step 1: Log into the Correct Account

First, ensure you are logged into the Facebook account that manages the page you want to update. Navigate to the top right corner of the Facebook homepage, click on the profile icon, and select the page you wish to edit. In this example, we’ve selected the “Gram Leap” page.

Step 2: Access Settings & Privacy

Once you’ve selected the page, go to the account tab and click on Settings & Privacy at the bottom of the dropdown menu. Then, proceed by clicking on Settings. This will take you to the main settings page for your Facebook profile.

Step 3: Go to Page Setup

On the settings page, find the left-hand side menu and locate Page Setup, marked by a flag icon. Click on Page Setup to proceed.

Step 4: Navigate to Page Access

In the Page Setup section, look for Page Access. This option allows you to invite people to help manage your page and control who has access to it. Click on View under Page Access.

Step 5: Add New Access

You now have the opportunity to add access in different ways:

Facebook Access

People with Facebook access can switch into the page and manage it directly on Facebook or by using other tools like Meta Business Suite or Creator Studio.

  • Click Add New.
  • Click Next.
  • Under “Who should have Facebook access to this page?”, search for the person’s name. If their name doesn’t appear, they might have a private profile.

Task Access

People with task access can manage specific tasks using tools like Meta Business Suite or Creator Studio but cannot switch into the page directly on Facebook.

  • Click Add New under task access.
  • Click Next.
  • Search for the person’s name. If it doesn’t appear, they might have profile restrictions.

Community Managers

Community managers can moderate chat comments, suspend or remove people who violate community standards, and see all admins of the page. They are essentially your page’s moderators or “guards.”

  • Click Add Community Manager.
  • Search for the person’s name.
  • Community managers can:
    • Delete comments from live streams.
    • Ban people from your current stream or all live streams.
    • See all page admins.

Step 6: Confirm Changes

Once you select the name of the person you want to grant access to, a popup box will appear prompting you to enter your password. This step is necessary to approve and confirm that you are the one granting access.

Conclusion

That’s it! You’ve successfully learned how to give access to your Facebook page. Whether it’s adding a social media manager, an assistant, or a community manager, this guide ensures they can help manage your page effectively. If this tutorial was helpful, please like the video and subscribe to our channel for more content designed to make your digital marketing journey easier. Discover the limitless potential of Facebook. Join us and dive deep into our rich reservoir of insights! 🔗Facebook Topics🔗

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