Facebook introduces new admin privilege levels to pages

Facebook have recently made administrator privileges more sophisticated for pages, which give different levels of access rights.

The new hierarchy privileges allows page owners to assign specific duties or permissions to people without allowing them access to the whole administration back-end.

In a post published on the Facebook help center page today, it describes the new roles of the Manager, Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser and Insights Analyst positions.

The new updates are specifically geared towards businesses, so that more than one person can work on the page, but the assigned Administrator can oversee who is doing what. Up until the changes, third-party apps such as Hootsuit or Tweetdeck were popular among companies as they gave more control over the social-media accounts.

Inside Facebook reports that the roles are set for now with the manager status being the default for all administrators.

The levels of access along with permissions are as follows:

Take a look at the new Camera app, below:







Nick Barnes

Nick is a Business & I.T student from Manchester. He was Managing Editor at imediamonkey® for quite some time, after joining the team in January 2012.

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