Facebook Admins Will Soon Be Able To See The Exact Admin Who Authored Each Post

Big brands and companies with multiple Facebook Admins rejoice. It appears that by the end of the month Facebook Admins will be able to view which posts were authored by specific Admins. This gives a level of transparency and tracking that hasn’t existed since the inception of Pages.

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AllFacebook reported that Adi Yagil of eToro received the following message when logging into their Facebook Admin Panel:

New: See who’s posting as eToro.

Starting Feb. 20, the names of admins will show next to their posts and comments. This will be visible to anyone with an admin role on your page.

In addition to adding the level of accountability, these metrics may be used by companies to see exactly which poster is having the most success. This will be a welcomed change and can’t come soon enough for Admins

For more information see the full story on AllFacebook. Image courtesy of eToro.

Related Topics: Channel: Social Media Marketing | Facebook | Facebook: Marketing | Top News

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  • Pat Grady

    Now can they change the requirement that the one primary account owner is the only person who can add managers to the Ad Manager area, and drop the requirement that they be friends as well? I’m a great guy and all, but I’m pretty sure some of my clients don’t want me as a FB friend, just so I can access their ad spend portal and do work for them. Next up, FB requires home owners to friend their lawn maintenance guy before he/she can mow their lawn.

  • http://ww.staticmultimedia.com Pauline Kaye

    This would be a great feature if mine was working but it isn’t. Other admins in my account are able to see the author – I am the only one. Any ideas on how to correct the problem? I have notified FB but no reply.

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