Define your workflow for Facebook pages in facelift and use Facebook Page Groups to generate time savings and easier comparability. Edit the public information you want Facebook users to see on your pages.

Facebook General Page Presets

Edit Facebook Page

Facebook Page Groups

Facebook General Page Presets

To use all the advantages of facelift for your Facebook community management, there are the page settings. Here you can configure when an item is marked as a warning, which person should receive email notifications and which items should automatically be marked as done.

You can either change the page settings for linked Facebook pages individually in the profiles area or globally for several pages or page groups in the Engagement Settings area Facebook General Page Presets.

In the three-dot menu, the context menu opens for each Facebook page with further options:

  • Presets: What should facelift access, what should the page be called within facelift and who is the owner of the page

  • Auto Resolve: Which items should be automatically resolved in Engagement

  • Email Notifications: Which notifications should be triggered

  • Thresholds for Warnings: When should items be marked as a warning, and who should be notified

Edit Facebook Page

You can update the public information about your Facebook page both for each individual page in the profile settings and globally for all in the Engagement settings.

In the three-dot menu of the individual Facebook pages, you will find the item Edit Page. This will take you to the edit mode of your page, where you can adjust information such as the title and profile picture, opening hours, imprint and other information depending on the type of page.

💡 If you make the change for several pages, they will, of course, be changed for all of them at the same time.

Facebook Page Groups

Facebook page groups are useful if you work with many Facebook pages in Publisher, Dashboards or Reports. If you combine several Facebook pages into a Facebook page group, you can select this page group and thus publish your post on all associated Facebook pages at once or run an evaluation for the page group.

💡 Page groups are marked with spread tabs as an icon, compared to the Facebook icon for a single Facebook page.

👉 Create and edit page groups

You will find the page groups in the Engagement settings. Here you can see your page groups and edit or clone them using the three-dot menu next to the respective group. You can also export your page groups as a CSV file.

To create a group, go to Create Page Group, fill in the relevant fields and decide which pages should be part of it. To add a Facebook page to a page group, you need access to the corresponding Facebook page. Alternatively, you can create page groups from the facelift Page IDs, which are shown in the CSV file of your groups.

💡 To use, select and edit Facebook page groups, you need access to ALL Facebook profiles that are grouped in the page group. If you cannot see a page group (anymore), contact your admin.

👉 Necessary permissions

There are two types of permissions you need to be able to edit and use page groups fully:


  • Create Facebook Page Groups

  • Read Facebook Page Groups

  • Update Facebook Page Groups

  • Delete Facebook Page Groups

In the Engagement section, to access the settings:

  • Mass Update Page Settings

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