Facebook pushed out another update to its service today allowing page owners to schedule posts and a more advanced multi-level administration.
Now when creating a new status, there is the option to set a post date in the future.
When selecting a date in the future, the default “Post” button changes from to say “Schedule”.
This ability to schedule posts has only been available previously through the use of third party applications such as tweetdeck or hootsuite.
Multi Level Administration
Facebook has also introduced a more diverse control system for administrators.
Upon selecting the “admin” panel from page settings, there is now the option to change their role.
With the addition of four new access levels, page owners can now spread the responsibility to multiple users without fearing losing the control of the page.
Also with the addition of the advertiser role, we may see new services pop up from advertising agencies offering to enhance your social media presence.
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This is great news for larger corporate pages, but what does it mean for you? Tell us in the comments below.