Facebook Pages Admin Roles & Scheduling Posts, Engagio, Actor turned Director – Breakfast Smoothie Time with GP

Breakfast Smoothie Time

Act the part

Taking on different roles is common practice for actors but what happens when an actor steps out from behind the craft and has the responsibilities of a producer and director? Emotions that are normally felt when preparing for, rehearsing, and performing a role are the same: fear, excitement, etc. Watch/listen to an actor turned director/producer get ready for his directing debut. It all starts Friday evening with the 2012 NYC 48 Hour Film Project.


Tired of going to every site under the sun to keep track of comments and replies? engagio aims to ease that frustration. Follow your Disqus, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Hacker News, Tumblr, FourSquare, and LinkedIn discussions in one place. Better yet, engagio released a plugin for Google Chrome and Firefox plugin is on the way.

My biggest complain about the Chrome plugin, it doesn’t update as fast as my Inbox and I have to click too many times to display the new or updated discussions.


It’s like using an RSS reader for your comments.

Facebook Pages – Admin Roles

No longer are you required to give someone complete access to your Facebook Page. This is fabulous for the small and big business out there. Read more about it here:

There are 5 different categories. From most to least permissions… Manager, Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser and Insight Analyst.

Facebook Pages finally get administrator roles and scheduled posts

Official Facebook Admin Roles FAQ Page

Facebook Pages – Scheduling Posts

You can prepare a post and schedule it to appear later by adding a date and time in the future before you post it. You can schedule a post up to 6 months in advance in 15-minute intervals.

How do I schedule a post to appear on my Page later?

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