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Using your Facebook page in Jarvee
One of the most common email question that the team encountered is how can they take action with JARVEE using their Facebook pages. They have grown more popular recently and demand has increased due to the fact that almost all businesses are moving to online platforms.
In this article, we’ve listed the things a Facebook page can do, but before we do that, you should be aware that you can’t add a Facebook page directly to JARVEE. The Facebook profile of the page’s administrator or editor needs to be added in the Social Profiles tab before you can later perform actions as the desired Facebook page.
You are the page’s administrator by default if you created it. If the page was created by someone else, however, you can ask the page owners—if you know them—if you can be given an editor role. This frequently occurs for businesses who have employees who post on their behalf and who add those users as editors to the page.
Using the Reply Comments tool
You can post the reply comment on your Facebook page by using the Reply Comments tool. Utilizing only the “Reply to comments of particular posts based on URL” source enables this.
- Input the post URL where you would like to reply a comment on
- Add the reply comment text, you can use spin syntax here too.
- Click ADD TO REPLY LIST
- It will be listed on the table below where you can put a check on ‘Execute action as Page’ then select the respective page from the drop-down, and you can also filter whether to comment if it contains or if it does not contain certain words.
- Instead of choosing which page to post the comment on one by one, you can set the page for all the elements.
Using the Invite tool
You can ask the people who have liked or reacted to your page’s posts to like your page by using the Invite tool.
- Set the Run Timers when would you like the invites to be sent (wait time between operations, how many invites per operations, days of execution)
- Specify the Invite limit per hour or per day
- Select the FB page to use to send the invites
- Input the FB posts where you would like to get the likers/reactors from
Using the Comment&Like tool
The Comment&Like tool can be used to accomplish this. Remember that this only functions for the “Comment/Like Posts from Facebook Pages” source.
- Indicate the page URL where you would like to comment/like posts on
- Click on ADD
- It will be listed on the table below where you can put a check on ‘Execute action as Page’ then select the respective page from the drop-down.
- You can also set the page for all the elements instead of choosing which page to comment on or like one by one.
The most sought-after action for pages is publishing posts. This can be done in two ways:
- Publishing to one’s own FB page
- Go to the Where to Publish tab and select the FB page where the post will be published.
- Tick the checkbox beside the page
- The post will be automatically published as the FB page if you select that respective page as the destination (you don’t need to configure anything on the ‘Publish As’ fields).
- Publishing as an FB page to a group – You need to have a group that was either started by the Facebook page or is at least linked to the Facebook page in order to publish as a page to a group (see image below). For the group to appear on the Groups for that account, the Facebook profile must also be a member of that group.
For the group to be able to switch from posting as the profile to posting as the page, it should also have the drop-down switcher as shown below.
- From the Where to Publish tab, click on the Groups for the account which is the administrator/editor of the FB page
- Tick the checkbox beside the desired group
- Select the page linked to that group from the ‘Publish As’ column.
JARVEE users have the option to carry out a variety of tasks using their Facebook page. JARVEE provides users with the tools they need to manage and interact with Facebook pages effectively through these features, easing the transition of businesses to online platforms and meeting the requirements of Facebook page administrators and editors.