At long last Facebook has rolled out five levels of admin permissions. Previously when making someone at your practice an admin of the practice’s Facebook Page, you only had the option of giving them full admin rights to the Page. Every admin could potentially remove others from being an admin of the Page or even delete the Page all together. The new admin levels provide much needed control.
The chart below outlines the new roles of manager, content creator, moderator, advertiser and insights analyst.
If you’ve had your Page for a while, now is a good time to review who has admin rights to your practice’s Page. If someone has left your practice, you’ll want to remove them from being an admin. You also want to make sure that only the main people at your practice have full admin rights; just a couple of people should have the “manager” setting. To change your Page’s admin privileges:
- Go to your Facebook Page and click “edit page.”
- Choose “Admin Roles” from that drop down menu.
- From the Admin Roles page, you can change any admin’s permission levels by simply clicking the drop down menu where it says “Manager.”
- Save and you’re done!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.