Businesses and organizations may engage with their audience
and advertise their brands by creating Facebook pages. But there could be a
point when the page's owner needs to give ownership of it to someone else. This
could be the result of modifications to the organizational structure, personnel
changes, or a variety of other factors. Whatever the reason, changing the owner
of a Facebook page is a simple procedure.
Accessing the page you wish to transfer control of on
Facebook is the first step in the process. Navigate to the Facebook page you
wish to transfer after logging into your account on Facebook. Once there,
select "Settings" from the menu in the upper right corner of the
Upon selecting "Settings," a new window will
appear. On the window's left side, locate and choose the "Page Roles"
option. Scroll down to the "Assign a New Page Role" section on the
"Page Roles" page. Enter the name or email address of the recipient
of the ownership transfer in the text field provided. The "Admin"
role must be chosen from the drop-down option.
Once the new owner has been added, a message will appear
asking you to confirm the transfer. Facebook will further contact the new owner
to inform them that they have been added as an admin. Before they may access
the page, the new owner must accept the position.
You can resign as owner after the new owner has accepted the
position. To achieve this, return to the "Page Roles" page and look
under the "Existing Page Roles" section for the name of the new
owner. Next to their name, click the "Edit" option and then choose
"Remove." When removing yourself as the owner, you will be prompted
to confirm your decision. The new owner will take exclusive ownership of the
Facebook page after you confirm.
The procedure of changing the owner of a Facebook page is
straightforward and only requires a few basic steps. This article's
instructions make it simple to hand over control of your Facebook page to a new
owner. Remember, before transferring ownership, it's crucial to make sure the
new owner is reliable and qualified to manage the page. You may concentrate on
other facets of your company or organization after finding a new owner since
you'll know your Facebook page is in capable hands.