Saturday, 11 August 2018

Facebook Pages gets Publishing Authorisation for Pages

Facebook has rolled out yet an another feature by which Pages on their social networking platform to be more transparent and authentic all the way.

One of the highlights of the updates
is Pages publishing authorisation, which will initially be rolled out to Pages "with a large audience in the US". Other features that are coming to Facebook Pages include the addition of primary country locations from where the page is managed, and the ability to view when a page has been merged into another one.

Facebook states that it will now be tougher for page managers to post content on their page, as they will be required to use with two-factor authentication and confirm their primary home location before being allowed to post. This process is aimed at making it harder for pages to come under the threat of fake or compromised accounts. Enforcement of publishing authorization will start later this month.

Page History section will now show when a page has been merged into another one, offering more transparency and awareness for followers of both the pages. A new section called People Who Manage This Page is also being added that will show which countries are the managers from.

These new features are currently being rolled out to pages in the US with a large audience, the size of which is unknown. 

No comments:

Post a Comment