It never fails, just when you get used to Facebook, they go and change something. If like me, Facebook has rolled out the new 2016 changes for you, and you can’t figure out how to use Facebook “as your page” this may be helpful. The option to use it as your page isn’t where it used to be, but here’s how you do it!
In the past, when you wanted to use Facebook “as your page” (business, blog, etc.), you clicked “use page as” in the drop-down. But if you have the new changes, that option isn’t there. It now says “Your Pages.” You select your page, but you are still using Facebook as YOU.
If you want to comment on any page’s post as your page, look at the tiny drop-down next to the comment form. Click on that and select who you want to comment as. You or one of your pages.
What if you want to like another page, as your business page? When you’re on the page, click the “three dots” up there on the cover photo. Then in the drop-down, select “Like As Your Page” and then select which page you are liking it as.
But the really big change, is how the heck do you find the feed of everything you follow as that page!?
Go to the page you are wanting to use. Then look over in the left column. You will see the option there, to “View Pages Feed.” That is where you will again be able to see the feed of everything you have followed as that page.
I hope this is helpful to others who have had the same issues adjusting to the latest changes Facebook has made.
Until the next time they make changes. :)