Cha cha cha Changes….
Love that David Bowie song, but don’t love the ripple effect of many many many changes happening in the Facebook / Instagram advertising, Business Manager and Page management universe. As someone who has invested years and have evolved and moved the the punches (REO Speedwagon), we 100% now that
inevitable. (No, Thanos, you are NOT inevitable).
I AM BROEKMAN
Today you may be experiencing the new Terms of Service for pages – that include Task Access. If that’s the case, read below!
About Task Access for New Pages
If you have switched to the new Pages experience, you can give trusted people task access to your Page to help manage it. These people can’t switch into the new Page on Facebook, but they can use other tools from Facebook to manage the features you give them access to.
When you give someone task access to your new Page, they can use management tools to manage it.
If they use mobile, they can manage the new Page from:
Meta Business Suite Mobile app
Creator Studio Mobile app
If they use a desktop/computer, they can manage the new Page from:
Note: Groups and Events can’t be managed on Meta Business Suite or from other tools from Facebook yet. Only people with Facebook access can manage Groups and Events.
People with task access to your new Page can manage the following things, if you choose to give them access:
Content: Create, manage or delete posts, Stories, and more. Respond to comments and update Page information.
Messages: Send and respond to direct messages as the Page, and other functionality in Inbox.
Community Activity: Review and respond to comments, remove unwanted content and report activity on the Page, etc.
Ads: Create, manage and delete ads, and other ads-related tasks.
Insights: See how the Page, content, ads and other metrics perform.
Insights will be shared with people who have task access to your new Page.
Any actions people with task access take may be visible to anyone who helps manage the new Page in Page Management History. Their location may also be visible in shared activity. Learn more about Location for new Pages. Anyone who manages a new Page must follow the Pages, Groups and Events policies.
Note: If you switch back to classic Pages, people with task access on the new Page may lose the ability to manage your new and classic Page. Learn more about task access and classic Page roles.