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How to Transfer Facebook Page Ownership: A Facebook Page Owner’s Manual

How to Transfer Facebook Page Ownership: A Facebook Page Owner’s Manual

After laboring all of those long days and late nights, it’s time to transfer Facebook Page ownership. If you truly love something, you have to set it free.

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Transfer Ownership Of A Facebook Business Page

So how do you transfer your prized Facebook Page ownership? The most efficient way is to first make the new owner an ‘Admin’ on your Page. Then, remove yourself as Admin.

Important Note: You must be an admin of the page and you must use a desktop computer. You can learn how to add an admin to your Facebook Page here.

For example, you can assign someone to solely handle advertising as an ‘Advertiser’ role, and restrict or allow permissions to manage budget and ad spends.

Step 3) If you accessed your Page via business.facebook, click ‘Settings’ in the top right of your Facebook Page screen. Then click ‘Page Roles’ in the left menu.

If you accessed your Page via facebook, click ‘Settings’ in the left menu. Then click ‘Page Roles’ also in the left menu.

Step 4) Type the name of the person to who you want to transfer your Facebook Page to in the box below “Assign a New Page Role”.

If you need to remove yourself you can log in and visit the same ‘Page Roles’ section to change your role to anything other than ‘Admin’.

How Do I Remove A Page Owner On Facebook?

Now you can transfer your Facebook Page but you are still wondering “how do I remove a page owner on Facebook?”

Once you’ve accessed ‘Page Roles’ click on the Admin you’d like to remove and select any role other than Admin to downgrade their permissions or remove them altogether.

Remove Page From Business Manager

How do you remove a Page from Facebook Business Manager? First, make sure you are an Admin of the Page in question.