Facebook just kept their words by launching a handy tool for Page administrators which will show the exact admin who wrote the post and comment on behalf of the Page. The social network had notified several Page admins in weeks ago by showing this message on their admin panel: “New: See who’s posting as [Page name]. 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”. Finally it’s arrived on Facebook.
As the message said, Facebook has started rolling-out the feature to Pages. Starting Feb. 20, when you updates your Page status your name will be shown next to the post. This will only be visible to people who are in admin role on your Page.
The new label will be shown on the Page activities such as, posting updates(as ‘Posted by’), commenting as Page(as ‘Commented by’) and also on scheduling posts(as ‘Scheduled by’). Facebook also opened a new help page
for answering, ‘If multiple people help manage my Page, how can I see who posted something?’. It’s specifically saying the new feature isn’t available to everyone right now. Let’s hope it will soon roll-out to all.
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Obviously the new feature
will be very useful to Pages that have multiple admins, especially for big brands and companies. They can monitor posts, recognize team members, measure quality, trace unplanned activities and stay on control of their team.
Have you got this feature yet? What’s your thoughts?