This is actually not a topic whose limitations can be defined, so the best thing to do is to discuss several ways to access a Facebook page using different forms.
I hope, one of them will be able to answer the question you have in your mind.
Make a Page Visible
Once you create a Facebook, it’s is hidden and unpublished until you add your information and photos and to prevent users from trying to access it. This is done to prevent any loopholes in security and also to help you set up your page and link it to your website to verify that you are actually who you are claiming to be.A published but unfinished page can be exploited as well, that is also the reason it’s kept unpublished so only you will be able to access it.
Once you have entered all of your information in the fields, you can make it visible to all the users. So they will be able to see your information and posts. you just have to click the ‘Publish Page’ link at the top. Usually there is a banner, but if the banner doesn’t appear, you should click settings then under General at the top, is Page visibility, just tap edit on this and uncheck ‘unpublished page’. Keep this menu handy for future as it’s quite useful for other steps as well.
Giving Special Permissions
There are several roles a user can have when interacting with a page. The banned users cannot see any posts or communicate with the page and other users of the page. The users who aren’t following your page will not be able to interact with your page and have no special permissions. On the other hand, if a user follows you they get extra permission, especially they can check you posts and make posts to your page if you have allowed them to.
The rest of the roles are of administrative nature. You also can assign these roles to a social media team. The analysts can view your insights and can also view which one the admin posted from the account of the page. The Advertisers have the same permissions as analysts but they are able to manage and create advertising for your page. The moderators have equal permissions as advertisers but they have the ability to remove and ban users, they also can respond to posts, delete posts and can send message on behalf of the page. The editors have same permissions as moderators, but they have the ability to create and delete posts, they can edit the page and can add apps or remove it. The administrators have same permissions like editors but they can manage roles of the page and settings. Only a page owner is a moderator by default, but you can also set additional moderators.
To set a page role, a user must either be connected to you as a personal user, or you have to know their email address. In the page settings menu, click the page roles section. Type in the person’s name or their email address. There will be a role drop-down, where you select one of the five administrative roles. Assign the roles to people and save the changes once you have selected the role.
A group is not a page, but admins can add additional admins to help them run the group. There are no special roles, just user and admin. If you want to add someone as an admin, find them in user list and add as an admin and click on the gear beneath their name and choose’ make admin’. Be careful and make admins only those people whom you trust completely because admins can remove the owner of the group as well and other admins too.
Allow Users to Check In
You have to have a physical location to have people check in to your page. If you don’t have a physical location or an office you cannot enable this option.
If you have a physical location, you have to put your address in to the system. Facebook will automatically provide you the option to display a map, with a star reviews and check-ins. Just click enable it. There is no way to remove reviews when you are allowing check-ins.
Allow Users to Post to Your Wall
Most businesses turn this option off because they want their wall to be filled by messages they posted. They usually disable it to avoid unnecessary posts from users as well. Then it’s a hassle removing all those posts because some of them might be harassing others or are spam. If you want your page to turn into a public forum or customer service center you can allow your audience to post on the wall. To allow them you have to go into your page settings and click Posting Ability. These two options will allow you to enable or disable your users to post on your wall. If you have clicked enable, then you can choose whether you want them to post pictures and videos as well.
You can also select whether you want to review posts before they show up on your wall, so you can keep spam posts away while allowing genuine pots to show up. Set this up and then save the settings.
Form Collective Ad Groups
It is going to be really difficult logging in and out of multiple accounts in a day if you are a social media management agency or managing advertising of more than one pages,
Facebook will allow you to create an Account Group as a solution. These groups allow ad access to more than m=one accounts from only one account. If I say it simply, your primary account will be able to manage ads for all of the ads accounts in one go.
Permitting Others to Access Ads Accounts
If you want to permit someone else to manage advertising of your page, as the admin of your page. The first step is to open ad account settings, click to add a user to your ads account. Now you have to enter their name or email address. It works the same way like you add an admin for your page. You can select their access level and save the changes, once you have saved the changes the user will receive a notification informing them of their new access.