Facebook update: finally able to schedule posts

Facebook has finally taken the steps to allow group/page admins to schedule posts, as well as allowing brand pages to change the way their admins run the page by giving them new roles, with varying degrees of permissions. The graph below shows the new roles and permissions of admins on the site:

But does this make sites like Hootsuite, featured earlier this week, obsolete? Or are the new scheduling features so difficult to use that the update will not effect users that much? Mashable, the social media website, has written two articles already on the new admin capabilities, one that describes the changes and one that outlines the flaws of the new design. See for yourself whether or not the new design features will make your social sharing easier, click here for the Facebook help page that describes the new roles.

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