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Manage Roles on Facebook Page

Pages that you manage may be in the new Pages experience. If you have Facebook access to a new Page, this article applies to you. If you have task access, you would manage new Pages from other tools, such as Facebook Business Suite or Creator Studio. Learn more about access for new Pages.

Classic Pages

You’ll need to be an admin to manage roles for your Page. There’s no limit to the number of people who can have a role on a Page. Learn how to see what your role is and what each Page role can do.

Give Someone a Role

If you’re an admin:

  1. Tap More in the top right of Facebook.
  2. Tap Pages, then select your Page.
  3. Tap  then tap Page Roles.
  4. Tap Add Person to Page. You may need to enter your password to continue.
  5. Begin typing a name and tap it from the list that appears.
  6. Tap to choose a role, then tap Add.

Keep in mind that if you’re not friends with the person you’re adding, they’ll have to accept your invite before they can start helping you manage your Page.

Remove Someone Who Has a Role

If you’re an admin:

  1. Tap More in the top right of Facebook.
  2. Tap Pages, then select your Page.
  3. Tap  then tap Page Roles.
  4. Tap  next to the person you want to remove. You may need to enter your password to continue.
  5. Tap Remove, then tap Remove to confirm.

You can always remove yourself from a Page, but if you’re the Page’s only admin, you’ll need to add another admin first.

Change Someone’s Role

If you’re an admin:

  1. Tap More in the top right of Facebook.
  2. Tap Pages, then select your Page.
  3. Tap  then tap Page Roles.
  4. Tap  next to the person whose role you want to change. You may need to enter your password to continue.
  5. Tap to choose a new role and then tap Save.

Note: If you’re a new admin, keep in mind that you may need to wait 7 days before you can remove or demote another admin.

New Pages Experience

If you have Facebook access with full control of a Page in the new Pages experience, you can manage people’s Facebook access or task access to the Page. You can add, edit or remove someone’s Page access at any time. Learn more about access in the new Pages experience.

Keep in mind that you need to switch into your Page to manage Page access.

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