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How To Remove Facebook Business Manager
Did you add your Facebook Page to Facebook’s Business Manager but now you want out! This is the how to UPDATE video!!
How do I remove a Page from Business Manager?
How To Remove Facebook Business Manager – this is an Update video as Facebook has changed how this is done which is for the better. This new method is fast and less confusing, so a big thanks to Facebook for updating this. Lastly a huge shout out to the #AskGaryVee show for all his amazing content and inspiration. Please subscribe for more great content like this!!!
You can remove a Page from Business Manager at any time. When you remove a Page from Business Manager, this will also remove access to the Page for people in Business Manager.
Anyone who had access to the Page before it was added to Business Manager will still be able to access and manage the Page.
To remove a Page that is connected to your business:
- Go to Business Manager.
- On the left side of the page, go to Business Settings and click Pages
- Select the Page you want to remove from the left side navigation.
- Click Remove.
Note: To add a Page back to Business Manager, you’ll need to request access again.
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