Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I really can't seem to figure it out, and of course Facebook help is of... no help at all (as usual).

I manage a bunch of Facebook pages, but never had the necessity to add notes to them; now I have it. So I went to the page settings and enabled the "Notes" applications; and "Notes" actually showed up in the page's menu. But when I click on it, nothing happens: I just go back to my page's wall.

Is this some kind of strange bug or am I missing something?!?

  • Are you using facebook as you or as another entity, like a community page? I find that a lot of functionality doesn't work when you switch from being you. Mar 11, 2011 at 14:48
  • I'm using it as myself, and I am (of course) the admin of the page; I also tried using it as the page itself, but it doesn't work, either.
    – Massimo
    Mar 11, 2011 at 14:51

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Try https://www.facebook.com/notes.php?id=[YOUR_PAGE_ID]

Or type Notes at the top then search on the left for your Page.

Or go to your Page and click "Use Facebook as [PAGE NAME]" then click Notes

If none of these work then I would contact support.

  • The first one worked, I was able to create a note and now I can succesfully access the "Notes" section via the standard link. Looks like it was some sort of bug...
    – Massimo
    Mar 11, 2011 at 18:43

One thing to note is that you can add the Notes application to the favorites.

  1. Switch to "Use Facebook as [my page name]"
  2. Search for the Notes application --> it appears on the left menu
  3. Move the mouse over it, click on the pen appears to its left, and select "Add to Favorites"
  • This must have been chosen as the best answer. Aug 1, 2012 at 13:07

Go into 'Admin' (settings), and the 'Apps' menu (down left side), then you can select the 'Notes' app to change it's settings etc.

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