Page Roles for LinkedIn

Linkedin Business Page Admin Roles

By Alison Flangel

When you create a business page for your small business on Linkedin, it is important to
understand how to manage which individuals have access to this page. Each page will have an
admin to manage various roles for your business page. Learn below how to navigate this process.

DIFFERENT ADMIN ROLES:
First and foremost, it is important to understand the different types of admin roles within
Linkedin …

  • Super Admin = access to every page under admin permission, including adding and
    removing other admins to the main page, editing page information, and deactivating the
    page itself. It is essential that the owner of the business has the role of Super Admin.
  • Content Admin = permission to create and manage page content.
  • Curator = permission to view Content Suggestions, and create recommended content.
  • Analyst = access to monitor the page’s performance through the analytics tool.

ADDING A NEW ADMIN:

  1. Access the “Page Super” admin view (this can only be accessed if you are a super
    admin)
  2. Click “Admin Tools” which is a dropdown at the top of the page
  3. Select “Manage Admins”
  4. Click the “+, Add Admin” option
  5. Begin typing he name of the member or associated employee that you’d like to add in
    the “Search for Member” box
  6. Click on the correct member’s name from the options that appear
  7. Then select the correct Admin role that you would like to give access to Only one page
    admin role can be assigned per-member
  8. To save your changes, click the “Save” button

EDIT AN ADMIN’S ROLE:

  1. Access the “Page Super” admin view (this can only be accessed if you are a super
    admin)
  2. Click “Admin Tools” which is a dropdown at the top of the page
  3. Select “Manage Admins”
  4. Click the “Page Admins” or “Paid Media Admins” tab
  5. Press on the “Edit” icon which is displayed to the right of the admin’s name
  6. Select the new role from the dropdown menu that you would like
  7. To save your changes, click the “Save” button

REMOVE AN ADMIN:

  1. Access the “Page Super” admin view (this can only be accessed if you are a super
    admin)
  2. Click “Admin Tools” which is a dropdown at the top of the page
  3. Select “Manage Admins”
  4. Click the “Delete” icon which is displayed to the right of the admin’s name
  5. To finalize your changes, click the “Remove” button

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