Ignited Guide to the New Facebook Changes

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Facebook is making fan pages look more like the new profile pages and place pages. They are also adding several features that will help admins monitor and manage their pages.

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Ignited Guide to the New Facebook Changes

  1. 1. Guide to the new facebook pages<br />2/10/10<br />
  2. 2. Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>Facebook is rolling out a design change to make brand pages look similar to the new profile and place pages
  3. 3. There are also several new page management features to help admins</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br />Edit Page moved  <br /> Sidebar only visible to admins<br />Tabs now vertical not horizontal at top  <br />No thumbnails <br />of fans  <br />‘Favorite Pages’ now called <br />‘Likes’  <br />Optional to display<br />
  4. 4. Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>Facebook now offers the option of featuring admins on the page, which would allow users to know who manages the page and contact them if necessary
  5. 5. Pages can specify which admins, if any, are displayed on the page
  6. 6. Admins can also select which “favorite pages,” now called “Likes,” are shown on the left of the page</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>In addition to the redesign, Facebook has added the option to “Use Facebook as a Page”</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>This allows you to get notifications about new Likes, comments and wall posts, just as you do for a personal Facebook profile</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>When you log in as a page, your News Feed fills with posts from your fan page’s “Favorite Pages,” now simply called “Likes”
  7. 7. You also can update the page, add photos, create an event and view insights directly from the Facebook homepage</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>When logged in as a page, you can comment on any item on Facebook as a brand
  8. 8. This applies to other fan pages and your friends’ profile pages
  9. 9. You cannot write on a fan’s personal profile if they have not added your personal account as a friend</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>There is also an option to comment on your fan page using your personal profile
  10. 10. Before, admins were forced to make wall posts or comments as the brand
  11. 11. Go to Edit Page  Your Settings  Posting Preferences
  12. 12. Uncheck the box to be able to post on a page as yourself
  13. 13. Additionally, you can now get email notifications when people post or comment on your fan page</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>You can switch back to your personal profile from the Account menu</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>Facebook has added the option to add words to a “Blocklist” and set a level for profanity blocking
  14. 14. Go to Edit Page  Manage Permissions
  15. 15. Blocked posts will be sent to the “Hidden Posts” filter of the Wall when viewing in “Admin View”
  16. 16. Facebook pages should be a place for open dialogue and we recommend careful consideration before adding words to a blocklist</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br /><ul><li>Facebook is now helping admins detect spam in comments by using a darker gray background on comments with symbols, extra punctuation, extra letters, incomplete sentences or links
  17. 17. Suggested spam is not visible to fans
  18. 18. Admins can take action on the comment by clicking the X in the top right corner</li></li></ul><li>Guide to the new facebook pages<br />In all, the changes to Facebook Pages are beneficial to brands. Fans will recognize the layout from Facebook profiles and place pages. And admins have several new tools for improved monitoring and management.<br />

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