- 1 Facebook Pages Feed – Frustration, Temptation, So Bad It Makes You Cry…
- 2 What Happened to the Facebook Page News Feed?
- 3 Find Your Facebook Pages Feed On Desktop
- 4 How To Use The News Feed Link To Access Your Page Feed
- 5 Page Manager And The Facebook Business Suite Apps
- 6 The Facebook Page News Feed Has No Love For Mobile Browsers!
- 7 Further Down The Facebook Pages Rabbit Hole
- 8 Learn How to Search Facebook Messenger
Facebook Pages Feed – Frustration, Temptation, So Bad It Makes You Cry…
Dear readers, please note that Facebook has again changed the way we can access our Page Feeds. This article includes all the ways to access your feed to the best of my knowledge.
Important update, there was a workaround to get to your Facebook Pages Feed from a mobile browser. Sadly, it no longer works.
What Happened to the Facebook Page News Feed?
Are you been frustrated with the odd way that Facebook Pages attempts to integrate your profile, e.g. your personal account with your business or brand’s Page?
Have you wondered why it’s so darn difficult to find your Pages feed so you can use Facebook as a Page or Brand? This post is for you!
Every attempt to keep this article up to date is made. If you find that the methods below do not work for you, kindly email me and let me know so that I may update these instructions for everyone.
Find Your Facebook Pages Feed On Desktop
The “trick” is that you must be logged into Facebook as a PAGE, and not as a PERSON to see your Page Feed. But most people do not explicitly use Facebook as their Page. We usually use FB as a “person.” The idea of using Facebook as a person or as a Page or brand can be confusing. But I promise it will make sense below.
So, let me walk you through how to do this!
Step 1 – Page Feed Desktop
Expand the menu by clicking on the Facebook logo above your profile image in the upper left hand side of the page. Please note, that your profile image will be showing directly below the Facebook logo, as shown in my image below.
Next, click on Pages in the menu. You may need to click on “see more” as shown below.
Note, I am using the sexy new Dark Mode for Facebook in the images below. The content is identical to the “white” version of the website.
Step 2 – Page Feed Desktop
Next, select the Page you need from the menu and click it. You can also click on “See All Pages” if you have a long list of them.
Step 3 – Page Feed Desktop
Now, you are now logged into Facebook as your Page, which is what causes the understandable confusion for many people.
You will see News Feed on the left-side menu. Note, you will see the image of your Page logo or avatar now, and not your personal, or “profile,” image. Remember from the start, your profile image shows here in the menu normally.
Finally, here’s the view of my Page’s News Feeds in November 2020 – in Dark Mode.
How To Use The News Feed Link To Access Your Page Feed
You cannot view your Page Feed unless you are logged into Facebook as your PAGE – explained above. The Page Feed will not work using a profile, or “personal” account. However, if you stay logged in as your page normally, like with a brand or business, you can use this handy shortcut.
All you need to do is append /news_feed/ to the end of your Page’s permalink like this:
How weird is it that Facebook does not share the link anywhere with us? The downside to this method is that it works better for desktop browsers.
Page Manager And The Facebook Business Suite Apps
You can also download the Facebook Business Suite app, formerly the Facebook Page Manager. Note, the app does not give you the exact same direct access and features as the desktop version of your Page Feed. However, it is an excellent way to manage your page on mobile.
Download The App For Android or iPhone / iPad
The Facebook Page News Feed Has No Love For Mobile Browsers!
There is no official way to access your Pages Feed on the Facebook app or Page Manager app on any platform except desktop browsers. Why Facebook removed this essential functionality from mobile is beyond me.
Until recently, there was a workaround for mobile browsers, but sadly, Facebook has removed access to it. As of November 2020. Sadly, I had to remove the instructions because they no longer work 🙁
Further Down The Facebook Pages Rabbit Hole
Also, if the above instructions do not work for you, kindly email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.
I will continue to keep this article up to date with the latest information, and you are the best source! Thank you to everyone for reaching out to me so far – you rock.