Adding a Communication Manager role to Google+ pages
Many brands and businesses have employees who focus on audience engagement -- from posting content, to answering questions, to just keeping things fun. Such people are critical for connecting with followers, but they don't need full access to a page's online presence. Only the communication parts. That's why we're rolling out a new role (http://goo.gl/j2vhfg
) for Google+ pages -- the Communication Manager -- that reflects this responsibility.
Communication Managers can post and reply to followers, as well as use features like Communities and Events. But they can't edit the Google+ page, its managers, or any connected YouTube channels (http://goo.gl/vnCbJA
). This way they can focus on outreach, and page owners can limit access to key administrative functions.
More information about the new role is available here: http://goo.gl/j2vhfg
. To start assigning roles, simply visit the "Managers" tab of your Google+ Dashboard: plus.google.com/dashboard