Facebook Pages Manager App

Finally, the prayers of Facebook page administrators have been answered. Facebook released the Facebook Pages Manager App for the iPhone to make it easier for page admins to manage their Facebook pages efficiently. The Facebook Page app for mobile had constantly had the capability to manage Facebook pages, however not with the same features, and frequently with many bugs when it came to properly posting content.

Pages Supervisor has a comparable look and feels to the regular Facebook iPhone app, but it is more concentrated on upgrading and managing pages. The app enables users to select from the list of pages they manage and begin publishing from it. From the main menu, users can view their lists of pages, view summaries of their pages' insights, look at the list of page admins, check out the help center, and inspect out the privacy and legal notices.

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Facebook Pages Manager App

As soon as users click on the specific page they want to manage; the app will take them to the wall of that page, where each post is noted. From there, users can like, comment, and interact with the material they have posted, also, to determine how many people it has reached and how many individuals are talking about it.

Users can compose posts, and Pages Manager provides a lot more room to work with than the previous app did. Pictures can likewise be shared, which were formerly tough to include text to till Pages Supervisor. If users choose the filter at the top-right-hand corner, they can toggle between everybody's posts, just the page's posts, and hidden posts-- also an included perk adding to the app's enhanced performance.

Users who click on metrics highlighted by gray bars will be able to see more detailed summaries of those posts regarding reach, engaged users, and people are speaking about this. This is incredibly helpful information when users are working from another location and desire to see how content is doing before accessing it via computer.
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If users click the back arrow, they can go back to the stream of posts from their pages, where they can erase previous posts by moving their finger throughout the posts to the left or the right. This is likewise where admins can dive into their pages' overall analytics by clicking the gray bar below the names of their pages.

From the page insights dashboard, users get a top-level appearance at how their pages are carrying out regarding total likes, people discussing this, weekly overall reach, and trends in the past 14 days, highlighted by a little line chart. Once again, portions appear on the right-hand side of each of these metrics, giving users a quick glance at their pages' efficiency.

Finally, from the home screen, it's likewise possible to see a list of admins of users' existing Facebook pages as a means of rapidly inspecting who does and doesn't have access to specific pages.