“Can you convert your Facebook profile into a page that already exists?”

This is a GREAT question! Many of you created “profiles” for your organization early on, then recognized your mistake, and created a page (“fan page”) for your organization.

Now that you can convert that old profile to a page, what do you do? You don’t want TWO pages out there to maintain!

If you already have a page created on Facebook, there’s no way to roll your profile into that page, or merge the two, unfortunately. If you convert your profile, then you’ll have two pages.

What you can do is convert your profile to a page, IF it’s the one that has more friends (they will be converted to fans). If
your fan page is much smaller than your profile, it would be best to just delete that page, then convert your profile to a page, and start from there.

Chances are, those people who were fans of your page were ALSO “friends” of your profile (so now they’re still “fans” of your new page). And if they weren’t, well–they’ll find you over time.

Whatever you choose to do, announce it for a week or so before you do it so people will be aware of the upcoming change.

To recap, you have two scenarios:

1: if your “profile” is a lot bigger than your page, and has a lot more “friends,” then just delete your existing page and convert your profile into your new page. All those “friends” will become “fans.” (note: be SURE to download your Facebook data first so it won’t all be lost when you convert your profile.)

Also, note that the friend to fan conversion takes an hour or so. So if you had 5,000 friends, and when you convert, you only have 10 fans, don’t panic. You’ll see the number go up as Facebook completes the conversions.

2. if your “page” is much bigger than your profile, but you still have some “friends” lagging over on the profile, post on your profile wall and send friends messages telling them that this profile is going to be deleted, and you need them to become a “fan” of the page instead (give them a link right to the page). Do this several times over the course of a week or a few days. Then just go ahead and delete the profile. Those folks who didn’t fan the new page are probably not that active, maybe they’re not even on Facebook anymore. So don’t worry about those people.

If you have any questions, post below in the comments section or on my Facebook page–we’re all here to help!

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48 Responses to “Can you convert your Facebook profile into a page that already exists?”

  1. Keri H June 7, 2011 at 2:25 pm #

    How do I delete the profile without deleting the page?

  2. egarman June 7, 2011 at 2:37 pm #

    Hi Keri,

    Once you convert your profile to a page, you don’t need to delete the profile. Because the profile has “become” the page–there IS no profile anymore. Does that make sense? Now when you login, you’re managing your page, not the profile. the profile doesn’t exist anymore.

    Confusing, I know!!

  3. Luann June 8, 2011 at 10:14 am #

    Hi – found your blog when searching for help with FB.
    What a great resource and, as an animal lover, I think it’s a great way to support,promote and create awareness for animal rights!!!

    Our small non-profit arts organization fell into the dilemma outlined above…we have a profile with 2000+ friends and a page with 1,047 fans.

    For a while…there was a prompt,”use profile as page”when I logged onto our page…however, that seems to have gone away. (I had been hesitant to make the leap) There is, however, a place (on the upper right of my page) to select “use facebook as” with arrows in both directions…letting me chose our profile or page allowing me to switch back and forth…do you know anything about that function?

    Finally…my real question is – it appears from what I’ve read above, when I convert our profile to a page I will be creating a NEW page…I will not be able to convert to the page that is already set up…is that correct?

    Sorry for the length of this question…I’m very confused!!!

    My question is…

  4. Kelly June 8, 2011 at 3:52 pm #

    Thanks for the note about it taking an hour for friends to transition to fans (although it took my page 6 hours). Saved me from a huge panic attack after I completed the conversion and saw that big, fat 0 where 4,999 used to be. 🙂

  5. egarman June 8, 2011 at 4:29 pm #

    Hi Luann–I’m breaking your question into each individual part and responding:

    For a while…there was a prompt,”use profile as page”when I logged onto our page…however, that seems to have gone away. (I had been hesitant to make the leap) There is, however, a place (on the upper right of my page) to select “use facebook as” with arrows in both directions…letting me chose our profile or page allowing me to switch back and forth…do you know anything about that function?

    This is not a permanent thing. if you choose to use Facebook “as” your page, you can switch back and forth at will. So it’s not going to ruin anything if you choose that. You can read more about it here.

    Finally…my real question is – it appears from what I’ve read above, when I convert our profile to a page I will be creating a NEW page…I will not be able to convert to the page that is already set up…is that correct?

    That’s right. You cannot convert a profile into a page that already exists. You will be creating a new page.

  6. Brittny June 9, 2011 at 11:36 am #

    🙂 It looks like you took our problem and made a post to help others. Good Good. Thanks again for all of your help!!

  7. Luan June 15, 2011 at 2:39 pm #

    We have a PROFILE and PAGE…..I want to only use the PAGE.

    When I send out an email to my PROFILE friends….and tell them to move over…..will I loose any of them?

    Also….how do I add APPS to the side…..like SPAY NEUTER tabs….DONATION tabs…etc..etc…

    Also…what is involved in doing a FACEBOOK ad across the country….or sending an invite all over the world. (ie like the girl who sent out an invite to her 16th birthday party and had 1500 people show up!)

    Sorry…but I am learning all this and want to be a “social animal”!

    LUAN (with 1 N)

    PS Thank you for this site by the way. You really dont know how useful this is to us small animal groups that really need to get the word out.

  8. egarman June 15, 2011 at 3:43 pm #

    Hi Luan,

    Thanks for writing! OK, you have several questions.

    So you want to ask your Friends of your PROFILE to become Fans of your PAGE. You are exactly right. The best thing you can do is post repeatedly on your profile’s wall, send links via Facebook email, and ask them to become a fan of your page (Give them the URL to make it really easy for them to go to your page).

    YES, you probably will lose some people. But that’s OK, because you’re going to gain NEW people. That’s normal for Facebook. you lose some, but over time you generally gain more (unless you are just really annoying! Ha!)

    Be sure to tell people that you are going to be deleting the profile soon, and tell them when. Something like, “We are completing the transition to our Facebook Page this Friday! Be sure to “Like” our new page by then, or you won’t get all the latest news from us!” And then just do it. Chances are, the people you lose aren’t really that interested in your organization anyway.

    If you want to add elements to your page, like spay/neuter tabs, then you have to create a custom Facebook application. This requires a facebook developer license. It is not as easy as it used to be because Facebook has changed some rules. (You can read a lot more about this transition here on my blog) I can create a custom Facebook application for you to display all those items, or you can learn it yourself or hire a developer. Basically, anything you want to put on your page has to be an “app” that you then install. Installing the app is easy–creating the app is not!

    As for Facebook ads, there is a LOT you can do with them, and they are pretty inexpensive. What’s great about them is you get a chance to be really specific in who you are targeting.

    For example, I could run an ad targeting ONLY women on Facebook between the ages of 19-25 who attended the University of Oklahoma and were married and were interested in reading science fiction. Pretty specific! This is great because you don’t waste money putting your ad in front of people who aren’t interested in it. You can target them by regular demographic fields (age, sex, marital status, income, ZIP code, etc.) but also by interest. So if people have said they are interested in “volunteering” or “dogs” then you might target them. It all depends on what you are advertising.

    You want to be VERY specific. You might think, “I really want everyone everywhere to support me!” but that’s not a good way to target an ad, because if it’s too general, it won’t really appeal to anyone. So if you DO want to target everyone, fine–make several different ads. Make one that targets young women with cats. Make another that targets retirees with small dogs. Make another that is aimed at young men with bully breeds. See what I mean?

    You’ve inspired me to do a blog post on Facebook ads. I will go ahead and make a video and show you HOW to set up an ad. It’s really interesting! Plus, you only pay for actual clicks. So even if 3,000 people SEE your ad, but only 5 click on it, you only pay if someone clicks. You also set your budget. So if you only want to spend $5 a day, you can set that limit. You won’t be surprised by a huge bill!

    Hope that helps and look for that blog post in a few days!

  9. Luan June 16, 2011 at 10:07 am #

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! This has helped us BUNCHES!!!!

    How much would it cost to create that SPAY NEUTER App or DONATE App for facebook.

    We saw another local group who had done it….and it makes sense for us to do something similar. They are Tails Humane Society Dekalb IL

    We are a small group here in N Illinois… PAWS Humane Society and we spay neuter over 3000 animals in our area. More than any other group. We REALLY need to get the word out that we need help with funding….so we figure….FACEBOOK is a great tool!

    Thank you so much for doing this. Im gonna convert our PROFILE over to a PAGE this week!!! Wish me luck!

    🙂 LUAN

  10. Caroline Anderson June 16, 2011 at 3:21 pm #


    I just started at my org, and they seem to have linked two organizational pages with our original profile (when I’m logged in with the associated email address I can switch between all three). But when people search for our Org. on Facebook, we pop up as an Organization AND as an individual (because of the profile.)

    Any idea how to set the profile free and deactivate it without messing up the other two pages? We also seem to have some applications associated with our profile – how can I move them to the page and decouple them from the profile?

    Any advice would be most appreciated.

    Thank you!

  11. egarman June 16, 2011 at 4:57 pm #

    HI Caroline,

    I would need to know the pages/profile so I can take a look and make SURE, but I think that this is what is happening.

    It looks like a profile was created for your organization, and then two pages were created. Maybe by two different people, or something. So the profile is actually an “admin” on both of those pages.

    if you delete your profile, you’ll be in hot water because your pages will be orphaned! So what you need to do is in two steps. FIRST, make sure that at least one other profile (maybe your own, or someone else in the organization) is ALSO an admin on that page. (This is always a good safety precaution, just in general practice).

    THEN you can delete that profile, and your pages will still have administrator(s) because you’ve added at least one other person.

    Then, if you don’t need both those pages, you can just ask the fans of one to migrate over and become fans of the other, and eventually you can just delete that page, and focus all your efforts on the main page!

    Hope that helps!

  12. egarman June 16, 2011 at 5:01 pm #

    Yes, we did the page for TAILS. We are designing a new website for them as well! We love TAILS!

    You’re right, Facebook is a great tool for you guys. Just to put the donate button up there, the fee is $49. If you want other tabs in addition to the donate page (like welcome, s/n information, volunteer application, list of adoptable animals, etc.) then the total fee is $97. that’s a one-time fee. If you want to order, you can fill out the order form here. Thanks!

  13. Prasadika Wick July 11, 2011 at 4:57 pm #

    Hi Emily, I had a profile and fans page. Profile page had about 500o friends and page has about 25 fans. I deleted fans page and converted friends to fans on 1011/2011. Unfortunatesly I have lots of problems now.

    1. I do not have a like button and do not know how to create one.
    2. I do not have account seetings in my fans page
    3. I do not have all my friends transferred, Fans page indicate 5048 fans but when I look at it the list, it has only 488 fans. I do not know what happens to others I cannot communicate with them.

    Pl let me know how to solve these problems at your earliest possible time.



  14. Mike July 23, 2011 at 8:25 pm #


    I am in the process of trying to switch people over to a fan page from a profile page. In the middle of that I realized there is a way to simply convert your page. So I am considering simply using the tool as it has been a recent endeavor and only 600 people have switched to the fan page. However if I convert my profile to a fan page, can I then delete my current fan page to free up that username and then rename my newly created fan page to the same fan page as the old one? For example my current fan page is called mikegspeaks. If I convert my profile to a fan page under whatever name. Can I then delete the mikegspeaks fan page and then change the name of my converted profile to that name? Hopefully this makes sense 🙂

    Thanks for your help!

  15. egarman July 31, 2011 at 10:09 pm #

    Hi Prasadika,

    You will not see a “like” button on your new facebook page, because you already “like” the page. If you notice, if you go to any other page on Facebook (whether or not you are an admin) if you are already a fan, you won’t see the “like” button anymore. So only people who have NOT yet liked your page will see that. You can’t do anything to create a like button on your Facebook page.

    You CAN create a “like” button to appear on your regular website that will allow people to “like” your page right from within your website, but that is a different matter–is that what you are asking?

    You will only see one set of “account settings” in all of Facebook, and that is to manage your account settings for your own personal account. You’ll see that no matter where you are within Facebook.

    You should see “edit page” near the top right of your page when you are on your Facebook page. If you click on that, you will see several different options for editing your page–notification settings, permissions, basic info, apps, etc. This is where you modify your settings for your Facebook page. You will only see this and have these options if you are logged in on an account that is an admin for that page.

    If you had 5048 friends, and when you converted, it only shows 488 fans, don’t worry–it takes a little while for Facebook to convert all those friends to fans. It has to modify that setting in EVERY person’s account, so don’t worry. It just takes a day or so.

  16. egarman August 2, 2011 at 9:34 pm #

    Facebook is really freaky about page names. They will want your new page name to be very similar to your profile name that you want to convert. So if your profile is, say, Mike Guzzardo, and you tell it you want to change it to a page called mikegspeaks, then it won’t let you–it will say “these names aren’t similar enough.” So I think your approach is right on, except I can do you one better. Convert your profile to a page under some temporary name. Then you’ll have two pages–the fan page you recently created, and the new profile-to-page conversion. The one you already made called “mikegspeaks,” that’s the one you’ll want to KEEP. So you need to follow the steps to “authenticate” that page (outline in this post here), and then combine those two pages. it will combine your fans and leave you with ONE page with the name you want!

  17. Lu Ann August 15, 2011 at 3:57 pm #

    Hello Emily….thanks for answering my previous email!!! You are a great resource!

    I have a follow-up question on going from a Profile to a Page.

    Our non-profit will be changing it’s name – not a total change, but a shortened version of it’s current name.

    As mentioned previously, our org. Facebook account was started as a Profile…this Profile is the admin of a Page. Both Page and Profile use the name of the org. – with the Page’s name starting with “the”.

    I would like to convert our Profile to a NEW page with our NEW name in the hope of converting all of the Profile’s friends over to the new page. (Our Profile has more friends than our Page has fans).

    My question is…is this doable…or do you have to keep the name of your original Profile?

    Thanks for you help!

    Lu Ann

  18. fran42a August 25, 2011 at 11:18 am #

    Thanks for this site with great information!!

    I have an FB profile page that has been my personal page with friends, family, fans.

    Now i have reached the 5,000 limit. My profile won’t accept more friends/fans. So I would like to go ahead and covert my current profile to a fan page… but here’s my confusion.

    What happens to my profile page after I convert to fan page?

    What if I want the Fan page to be just that… a Fan page and then have a personal profile page
    so I can have private communications with my actual family members and friends? Can I still do that?

    Also… is there a way with my current profile page to transfer a huge number of friends over a Fan page and keep my “real” family and friends as a small number of people on a personal profile page? Does my question makes sense… can I do that?

    In other words… I am wondering if there’s simply a way to transfer the bulk of my current friends over to a Fan page and keep a private profile page for myself to communicate with my family privately. Thanks in advance!!!

  19. Jen October 27, 2011 at 4:30 pm #

    Hi there! I’m trying to delete my profile page, yet keep my two professional pages for work. Do you know how to do that, or do I need to delete all three of them and start over from scratch? Thanks!

  20. Emily Garman November 1, 2011 at 3:57 pm #


    You can delete a profile without it affecting your business pages, UNLESS your profile is the only admin on those pages. If that is the case, and you delete your profile, then your pages will have no admin, and you won’t be able to do anything with them. So SOMEONE who has a facebook profile has to be an admin on that page. That’s how you login to Facebook to make edits to your page–via your profile. It IS possible to only have a business account (where you login, edit your page, and don’t have a profile at all) but the page(s) have to be set up that way from the beginning. This is less than desirable, too, because you are seriously limited in your interactions on Facebook. so I wouldn’t recommend it.

    If you just do not want to be on Facebook in any personal capacity, what I would do is delete all your friends, and make your profile totally private/invisible (so you won’t get friend requests and stuff like that) and only use this as a vehicle for updating your pages.

  21. MH November 9, 2011 at 9:31 am #

    Hi Emily, is it possible to change the name of a profile page when it’s being converted to a page? For example, if you were converting a profile page called “Emily Garman” to a business page could you rename it “Emily Garman’s Business” during the conversion? What if you already have an existing business page called “Emily Garman’s Business” (but it has a smaller # of fans than the profile page that you’re converting)? Would you delete that original profile page before converting? Thanks! Really appreciate your help!!

  22. Emily Garman November 9, 2011 at 9:36 am #

    Hi Maddie,

    Unfortunately, this is not possible on Facebook, at least for now (we all know how often they change things!) Your profile will be converted into a page with EXACTLY the same name–this has been my experience. If you already have a page with the same name, basically it’s just going to create an identical page with the same name. Which is OK–pages can have the same NAMES as other pages, they just can’t have the same URL as other pages. What I would do in your case is go ahead and convert your profile to a page, with the same name as your existing page–hopefully they have the same name. If they do, then you can combine/merge your two pages, and just have one page.

  23. MH November 9, 2011 at 9:50 am #

    Thanks for your quick reply! Would it be possible to change the name on our profile page to reflect our business name (through the regular profile name change process) – in our case part of the business name is the owner’s full name? I could wait to see if that’s approved by facebook and then convert? I realize it might be against Facebook’s policies but assuming that we were able to change to profile page name to the business name and then convert do you think that would work best? Thanks again!

  24. Lindsey November 29, 2011 at 2:34 am #

    Thanks for this post & for all the answers to the comments. I tried to follow the response to one of the comments but the blog post says merging is no longer available. Here is what I would like to do & perhaps you can tell me if it’s possible.

    I’d like to convert my personal profile page to a business page. However, I already have a business page & would like to use that URL name for my soon to be converted profile page.

    Thanks in advance!

  25. Wendy January 8, 2012 at 6:11 pm #


    I was wondering how you set up the initial admin of a page when you convert your profile to a page…if that profile becomes the page, where does the opportunity come to add an admin from another profile…I know how to add admins after a page is created, but my concern is during the conversion.

  26. Emily Garman January 12, 2012 at 11:03 pm #

    GREAT question, Wendy. So here’s what happens. You convert your profile into a page, then basically that login (that WAS the login for your profile), is NOW the login for your new PAGE. So when you login with that email and password, you’ll go directly to the page to admin the page. Now what you need to do is add some other admins–like yourself (your own account) or someone else. Then they’ll be able to login through their own accounts and admin the page normally. If you leave it as is, and you don’t add any more admins, then the page will ONLY be accessible through that login. Does that make sense? If not, let me know and I”ll try to explain better. Thanks!

  27. shalika February 3, 2012 at 2:51 pm #

    hi i mistakenly turned my profile in to fan page and i really want my profile back is there any way i can do this?
    i messaged facebook through the help center and i received 1 email stating they received my inquiary, this was about three days ago. could u suggest sumthing that i can do i need my pics thats on there 🙁

  28. Emily Garman February 4, 2012 at 11:02 pm #

    Hi Shalika,

    Sorry–as I said in the video, there is no way to change your page back to a profile. They make this very clear when you do the change, too. You needed to download your data file (containing all your pics) before you converted your profile to a page. I’m sorry–there’s no way to go back!

  29. mikey February 9, 2012 at 6:38 pm #

    HEY!!! PLEASE PLEASE help me!!!!

    I am a radio personality and I had 5,000 friends on my facebook so i decided to flip it to a fan page to keep growing! I backed up my facebook and everything then when i converted to a fan page only 1400 of my 5,000 friends actually transferred with me to become a “like”!!! Here is my facebook…..wwww.facebook.com/djmikeyv



  30. Emily Garman February 9, 2012 at 7:15 pm #

    Hi Mike,

    How long ago did you do the conversion? With that many friends, it may take up to 24 hours (that has been my experience). If you just did it, you need to wait a little while. it takes a bit of time for everyone to transfer over, but they will!

  31. mikey February 9, 2012 at 7:35 pm #

    hey! thank you so much for your response! I appreciate becasue with out this im LOST! I did it just about 20 hrs ago should it take longer than that!? if so please stay tuned ill have an update tomorrow!

  32. mikey February 10, 2012 at 2:06 pm #

    Still nothing PLEASE HELP!!!!! who do i cantact what do i do1?

  33. Emily Garman February 12, 2012 at 12:50 pm #

    This looks like a bug, Mike; even accounting for errors here and there, all those friends should have transferred over to fans–or at least most of them. Report the bug here: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=pages_bug

  34. mikey February 15, 2012 at 6:08 pm #

    They wont answer me! )-: I have tried everything!!!!!! grrr

  35. Anas March 2, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    i Can retrieve my personal profile after i changed it to Fan page ??
    Please Help me .

  36. Emily Garman March 7, 2012 at 10:37 pm #

    Hi Anas,

    No–as it says in the video and the instructions, once you have converted your profile to a page, you cannot change it back, unfortunately.

  37. Damo March 25, 2012 at 7:41 am #

    Great site, very useful. My question is: If I convert a profile into a page can I change the name of it? Many thanks!

  38. Emily Garman April 17, 2012 at 8:45 pm #

    It depends. Do you have fewer than 25 friends/fans? If so, you will probably be able to change the name of your page once you convert it. But even if you have more than 25, it may still let you create a new name for your page. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t!

    Other readers–has anyone had experience with this? Will it let you change the name of your page when you convert it from a profile?

  39. Adrienne January 26, 2013 at 6:05 am #

    If I convert my profile to a page will I still be able to search for people & other pages?

  40. Emily Garman February 7, 2013 at 12:42 pm #

    You will, but only if you are still logged in under a profile. What Facebook intends is for you to have your own profile (your own personal profile) that is an admin on your page. So before you do your conversion, you should make sure that you have a personal profile, or someone you know does, and that you make yourself or that person an admin on your page. Otherwise, if you don’t have a “person” who is an admin on your page, then what you’re talking about will happen–you will have very limited functionality on your page and you won’t be able to search.

    Know also that pages can’t search for people or comment on profiles–no matter what. You can interact with and comment on other pages, but not peoples’ profiles. THe reason for this is pretty clear–they don’t want pages going around advertising and posting on peoples’ walls. Hope this helps!

  41. cristina cassandra casuyon February 13, 2013 at 12:32 am #

    hi! good thing i found your blog! =)

    i am having problems with my conversion from profile to page. when i am starting the process of conversion, it constantly says that but if i try to use the name as is, it says I am really confuse what and how to do it. Please enlighten me.
    and also, upon converting my profile to page, do i need an administrator for that? then how should i link the admin to my page? because in my understanding upon reading FB rules, once converted to page, u will be using the same email/password from your previous profile. im really not sure what is the difference.

    pls help me. thank you!

  42. Emily Garman February 14, 2013 at 11:00 pm #

    When you convert your profile to a page, you will automatically be the admin with your same login. You should, however, add someone (with a personal profile) as an admin to the page as soon as possible. this could be your own personal profile, or someone else–as long as it’s a personal profile and they have “liked” your page. If you don’t have a personal profile as an admin on your page, you will be very limited in what you can do on Facebook (you can’t search, for instance).

    When you convert, you will use your same login–but you’ll just be logging into your page instead of your profile.

  43. Jadwiga Poplawska February 25, 2013 at 5:58 am #

    Hello, I’ve got a problem since over one moth now. Facebook blocked my private account, forcing me to change it to the business page. I have one page already. I was the only admin of the page, since my private accont is blocked I can not access anything anymore. I absolutely do not want to convrt ma private account to the page (which will have my personal name!) and I do now want people to be the fun of me! that is rediculus! Is there any possibility to unblock my account? I’ve send 2 messages to facebook already and they didn’t answer. What can I do? I wand my accont and my business page back…

  44. Emily Garman February 25, 2013 at 8:46 am #

    If Facebook has blocked your account, and you can’t get them to unblock it, then your only real option would be to create a new account using a different email address. This would mean you’d have to start completely over, which I realize is less than ideal.

  45. mishael October 23, 2013 at 7:34 am #

    how long would it take for the migration to occur

  46. Emily Garman October 29, 2013 at 7:47 pm #

    It only takes a few hours, generally–if even that.

  47. John March 25, 2014 at 5:33 pm #

    I started out with my own personal profile, then added the church where I serve to my admin tasks. It’s set up as a page. What I haven’t been able to figure out is a different sign in to manage the two separately. If I’m on my pc, I can navigate just fine. But when it comes to uploading pics/video/instagram/pinterest, etc., those posts always default to my personal account, so that’s where everything populates. How can I have all the same benefits of posting to my church’s page without it also showing on my personal acct?

    Thanks so much for your help!!!

  48. Emily Garman March 25, 2014 at 5:46 pm #

    Hi John. You shouldn’t have two separate logins. If you are an admin on your church page, then when you go to the church page (still logged in as yourself), then you should see the administrative view. You should be able to edit your page, see insights, etc. ANYTHING you post on that page at this point will come “from” your page and will not be associated with your own personal profile at all. But you need to be ON your page to do this. (alternatively, you can click on “Edit Page” and then choose “use Facebook as __your page name__”; then you’ll be able to go all over Facebook, visit other pages, etc. and comment, post, etc. “as” your page).

    If you just login to Facebook and make a post on your news feed, though, then it WILL always come from your personal profile, and not your page.

    Keep in mind if you are not an admin on your church page, none of this will be available to you. Good luck.

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