How To Add An Admin To A Facebook Page (New Pages Experience)

In this article, you'll learn how to add an admin to a Facebook page. You'll be able to give full access control to your Facebook page on the app and desktop.
Timothy Iyekowa
Timothy Iyekowa - Writer & Editor
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If you have a Facebook page that’s too big for you to manage, you can add an Admin to help you manage it. You can add admin in the new Pages experience.

Facebook has made it simple for anyone with a page to add another user as an admin or add them to another role [task access]. You can always manage which role a user is entitled to.

Adding someone as an Admin on your Facebook page gives them the highest Permissions on the page, and they can even remove you after you’ve added them.

In this article, you’ll learn how to add an admin to a Facebook page. You’ll be able to give full access control to your Facebook page on the app and desktop.

How To Add An Admin To A Facebook Page

If you have a personal page, or you’re a social media manager who manages a brand page, you’ll be able to add other people to manage roles on the page.

These roles permit what they can and cannot do. They’re roles that can check analysis, run ads, etc.

With the different levels of permission, the highest of them all is an Admin of the page. So if you want to make an admin to your page, here’s how to do it.

Giving a person admin access to your Facebook page; they’ll be able to do everything you do on the page. The person will be able to add anyone, remove anyone, and even delete the page.

From The Facebook Page Mobile App/Lite

If you want to give someone Facebook access to a Page in the new Pages experience, see how you can do it using this guide.

To add an admin to a Facebook page, go to the Facebook page > Tap Manage > Tap Page access > Tap Add New near People with Facebook access > Search the person you want to add > Give full control.

Step 1: Open Facebook

Open the Facebook app on your Android, iPhone, or iPad device, and then go to the Facebook page if you want to add an admin.

From your Facebook page, tap on the Manage button. Which is near the Promote button.

Step 2: Tap Page Access

From the professional dashboard where you manage the Facebook page, scroll down and tap on Page Access under Your Tools.

Then on the next page, you’ll be able to add people to the Facebook page.

Step 3: Tap Add New

Near People with Facebook access, tap on Add New, which is at the top right of the page.

Then tap on Next and you’ll be asked to search for the person you want to give admin access to the Facebook page.

You can search by their name or email address. Once you’ve seen the person, tap on their name.

Step 5: Tap Give Access

Once you tap on the person name you want to add as an admin. Which will have full access to the Facebook page.

Toggle on Allow this person to have full control, then tap on Give Access.

This will give the person full access to the page, and they’ll be able to add anyone without your permission, remove anyone [including you], and even delete the page.

If you don’t want them to have full control of the page, you can choose to give the person partial control of the Facebook page.

If you want to give partial control, disable Allow this person to have full control, then tap Give access.

Once you tap on Give access, you’ll be asked to enter your Facebook password, once entered correctly, tap on Confirm.

The person you’ve added to be an admin on your Facebook page will receive an email to accept your invitation. Once they accept it they’ll have full access control to the page.

From The Facebook Page Desktop [Web]

To add an admin to a Facebook page, go to the Facebook page > Click Manage > Click Page access > Click Add New near People with Facebook access > Search the person you want to add > Give full control.

Step 1: Open Facebook Web

Open your web browser and go to the Facebook web on your computer. You can use this guide on Windows, Mac, Linux, Chromebook, etc.

If your page has the new Pages experience, open the page you want to add someone as admin. From your Facebook page profile, click on the Manage button.

Step 2: Click Page Access

From the professional dashboard where you manage the Facebook page, click on Page access.

Step 3: Click Add New

Near People with Facebook access, click on Add New. Then click on Next and you’ll be asked to search for the person you want to give admin access to the Facebook page.

You can search by their name or email address. Once you’ve seen the person, click on their name.

Step 5: Click Give Access

Once you click on the person name you want to add as an admin. Which will have full access to the Facebook page.

Toggle on Allow this person to have full control, then click on Give Access.

This will give the person full access to the page, and they’ll be able to add anyone without your permission, remove anyone [including you], and even delete the page.

If you want to give partial control, disable Allow this person to have full control, then click Give access.

Once you click on Give access, you’ll be asked to enter your Facebook password, once entered correctly, click on Confirm.

The person you’ve added to be an admin on your Facebook page will receive an email to accept your invitation. Once they accept it they’ll have full access control to the page.

How To Give Someone Task Access To Your Page

If you want to give someone task access to your Facebook page, and just manage a single task on the page. Here’s how to do it.

They’ll be able to manage the page from other tools such as Facebook Business Suite, Creator Studio, Ads Manager, or Business Manager.

People with task access can’t switch to the Page or manage it on Facebook. They’ll need to use it from other Facebook tools.

From The Facebook Page Mobile App/Lite

To add a task manager to a Facebook page, go to the Facebook page > Tap Manage > Tap Page access > Tap Add New near People with task access > Search the person you want to add > Select features and Give Access.

Step 1: Open Facebook

Open the Facebook app on your Android or iPhone device, and then go to the Facebook page to which you want to give task access.

From the Facebook page, tap on the Manage button.

Step 2: Tap Page Access

From the professional dashboard where you manage the Facebook page, scroll down and tap on Page access.

Step 3: Tap Add New

Near People with task access, tap on Add New. Then tap on Next and you’ll be asked to search for the person you want to give task access to the page.

You can search by their name or email address. Once you’ve seen the person, tap on their name.

Step 5: Tap Give Access

Once you tap on the person name you want to give task access, toggle the task that you want to assign to the person.

Toggle on to select the features you want the person to manage for the page, then tap on Give access.

Once you tap on Give access, you’ll be asked to enter your Facebook password, once entered correctly, tap on Confirm.

The person you’ve added to be an admin on your Facebook page will receive an email to accept your invitation.

From The Facebook Page Desktop [Web]

To add a task manager to a Facebook page, go to the Facebook page > Click Manage > Click Page access > Click Add New near People with task access > Search the person you want to add > Select features and Give Access.

Step 1: Open Facebook Web

Open your web browser and go to the Facebook web on your computer. You can use this guide on Windows, Mac, Linux, Chromebook, etc.

If your page has the new Pages experience, open the page you want to give someone task access. From your Facebook page profile, click on the Manage button.

Step 2: Click Page Access

From the professional dashboard where you manage the Facebook page, click on Page access.

Step 3: Tap Add New

Near People with task access, click on Add New. Then click on Next and you’ll be asked to search for the person you want to give admin access to the Facebook page.

You can search by their name or email address. Once you’ve seen the person, click on their name.

Step 5: Click Give Access

Once you click on the person name you want to give task access, toggle the task that you want to assign to the person.

Toggle on to select the features you want the person to manage for the page, then click on Give access.

Once you click on Give access, you’ll be asked to enter your Facebook password, once entered correctly, click on Confirm.

The person you’ve added to be an admin on your Facebook page will receive an email to accept your invitation.

Conclusion

If you’re managing a big page and you need someone to assist you with messages, content, or Ads, you can add an admin who has full control of the page.

They’ll be able to add others, remove admins [even you], or delete the page. You can also add someone and give them specific task access to your page.

The role on your Facebook page is a great way to manage yours. This guide is for the new page’s experience.

In the new pages experience you’ll not be able to select roles such as editors and others. You only get to give full or partial control. You use the task access.

If you want to add someone as an editor using the new page’s experience, you’ll need to give the person partial access to your page. Learn about access on the new page’s experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can’t I add an admin to my Facebook page?

If you can’t add an admin to your Facebook page, it means that the person has a grey account. And grey accounts can’t become admins of Pages. You and the person are not friends on Facebook, or the person doesn’t have an account.

Can I add someone to the page if the person doesn’t have a Facebook profile?

No, you can’t add someone as an admin on the Facebook page if the person doesn’t have a Facebook account. You’ll not even see them when you try to search for them.

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