How to Use Facebook as Your Page | Updated
Who says you can’t use FB as your page? Facebook releases updates and upgrades gradually. This time we have noticed that the “Login as your Page” option is gone. But don’t worry, you can still manage things we used to do, but this time just the procedure is different.
What I am trying to say that, just log into Facebook as usual and manage almost everything as your page. For example, like other pages as your page, comment, post, share posts, view page home feed, and more. I am going to explain everything (screenshots included) below, so please keep on reading.
Facebook mentioned it everywhere that they care about how people use Facebook on a daily basis. I am talking about user experience and upgrades to Facebook. I really don’t like Facebook when we talk about user experience, look at WhatsApp, everything stays where they were.
But I think they don’t care, let me say, they won’t let you remove a contact from Messenger easily. Do you know why? It is because they want us and others to stay connected and use their platform as much as possible.
They always do changes as they like, just think about the Login as your Page option. Why did they remove it? Nobody knows, anyway, there are things you need to pay attention to, I am talking about the little small icon on each post on your timeline and other places on FB to switch forth and back.
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How to Comment on Other Pages as Your Page
There is no need to like or follow someone’s page to comment on their Posts and Timeline. To comment on a page as your FB page:
- Go to a page on Facebook
- Now click the dropdown small arrow icon right to the Share button on a post (see the reference image below).
- Select Your Page Name and start typing a comment or like a post as your page.
It is easy, right? This is one the best way to comment and stay hidden. It is a great way to comment on other pages anonymously. Anyway, it is totally up to you how you use this feature. But off course we all use it for the good. Read more: Find Your Facebook Profile or Page Link.
How to See Posts from Other Pages
Again a headache, before it was way easy and fund to see posts and updates from the page we liked on Facebook. Now that option is no longer available (please let me know if I am wrong). You need to manually visit the page and see what is going on there. To see or view posts from other pages on Facebook you liked:
- Login to your Facebook account as usual.
- Now just click here to go to the liked pages section.
- Click on a page you wanna see or view posts from, that is it.
According to Facebook, they are trying to merge things up for our ease and better user experience. But is not like they are doing it, as in my opinion, it is really annoying.
How to Like Other Pages as Your Page
Thank God this option is still where it was before. You can visit any other page and like that as your Facebook page if you want to. To do it, please follow these simple steps:
- Visit any page on Facebook you want to like.
- Now click the three dots button right to the Share option under Wall Photo.
- Click Like As Your Page.
- Select your page and click Submit.
So that is how you can easily like someone else page as your Facebook page, not your profile ID. Whenever they post new things you will see them immediately on your News Feed. You don’t need to go to the page news feed manually. Because it’s no longer available (as I mentioned it). Read more: You can Download or Save a Video from Facebook Easily.
Share Other Posts as Your Page
Facebook allows you to share anyone’s and any page’s post as your Facebook page. You don’t need to like or follow any page or person to share their posts as your FB page. You can do it by following the below simple steps:
- Go to any post on someone’s timeline.
- Click the Share button.
- Now click Share (please don’t click Share Now).
- Type anything you want then click the little pencil icon on the top left of the post.
- Selec Share on a Page You Manage, then select the page you want to share the post on.
- Finally, click the Post button.
That is it, that way you can share anyone’s post you like and wanna share it on your Facebook page. Now let me tell you that sharing a post from pages is different. To share a post from the page as you Facebook page please follow the below simple steps:
- Visi any post on the page you want to share as your page
- Now click the dropdown arrow in the bottom right of that post
- Select your page and click the Share button, on the next popup select the Page
- Write something and click the Post button.
Remember you can undo a few things. For example, if you have shared a post and made some mistakes (spell mistake etc) and wanna edit that post, you can do it.
Edit a Post You’ve Shared from Page
To edit any of the posts you have shared from your FB page:
- Visit the page and go to the post you wanna edit.
- Click the three dots horizontal button to top of the past.
- Now click Edit Post.
- Do changes as you like and click the Save button.
Please note that you have to be admin of the page to do all of the above. If you are just a moderator, you don’t have control over certain things. Thus you won’t be able to do the above.
How to log in as Your Page on Facebook?
Unfortunately FB has removed this option. But luckily they have more easy settings similar to that one. Facebook made it easy and now you can easily switch to your page to use Facebook as your page everywhere on the platform. Before it was necessary to log in and do the stuff e.g things I have mentioned above. But now it’s easy as a piece of cake. Let me show the procedure to do use FB as your page:
- Go to your Facebook page.
- Now you are viewing and can manage everything as your page.
- Now you can like pages as your page, share posts as your page, and more.
- You can also do all the stuff mentioned above as your FB page.
What do you think about these updates and changes, are you cranky too? Please let me know in the comment below. Share your thoughts with us, share the post on Facebook to support us, and help others. If you have any trouble doing any of the above, let me know.