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Remove Facebook Admin Business Page – Need to remove yourself or someone else? This guide is for you!
Have you ever found yourself stuck on a Facebook Business page? Below is a how-to guide that came in on our Ask A Question form on the top of this site. We love to help and if you are having trouble with Facebook, WordPress, clients, freelancing, business or more please ask! We would love to answer your question!
Reasons for Removing Yourself
- You no longer work with this client
- You get too many Facebook notifications
- You no longer work at this company
- You no longer want to manage this business page
- and so many more..
Remove Facebook Admin Business Page Video How-To
Remove Facebook Admin Business Page Directions:
Remove Someone Who Has a Role or YourselfIf you’re an admin (if not, send this to someone who is):
You can always remove yourself from a Page, but if you’re the Page’s only admin, you’ll need to add another admin first. Some people add other employees, secretaries, CEOs etc first and then they remove themselves.
- Click Settings at the top of your Page.
- Click Page Roles in the left column.
- Click Edit next to the person you want to remove, and then click Remove.
- Click Confirm. You may need to enter your password.
What business pages am I on?
If you are unsure if you are an admin or editor on a Facebook business page you can go to this link to see a list of all the pages you have access to. https://www.facebook.com/bookmarks/pages. It used to be https://www.facebook.com/pages but Facebook has changed this since Feb 28, 2018. If you do go to the old link click YOUR PAGES on the top left menu on that page to see the new link.
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