How to Make Someone Else an Admin on a Facebook Event
By Aaron Wein
Facebook events can serve as a valuable resource for organizing and planning a company party or any other social gathering you have in mind. Being the lone administrator of a Facebook event can be a time-consuming process depending on the complexity of the event you are trying to organize. If you need a little extra help managing the event, you can promote specific event guests to hosts. Hosts enjoy all of the same abilities as the event's creator, such as the option to invite or ban guests, post updates and change event information.
Log in to Facebook and navigate to your event's page.
Click "Edit" to open a pop-up box.
Click the "Hosts" field and type the person's name you want to add as a host. Results appear in a drop-down field as you type.
Click the person's name in the drop-down results list.
Click "Save" to finish promoting the person.
Remove a host by clicking "Edit" from your event's page and clicking the "X" next to the unwanted host's name in the Hosts field. Click "Save."
Aaron Wein is a copy editor for Skagit Valley Publishing. He has been a writer and editor since 2004, contributing to Washington-based publications and clients such as the "Bellingham Herald," "Western Athletics," "GNAC Sports" and Microsoft. Wein obtained a bachelor's degree in journalism from Western Washington University.