Add people to your business and grant them permission to assets in your Business Manager. These steps are for adding individual people to your Business Manager, not partners such as other businesses.
To give people Analyst access to your Facebook business:
STEP 1: Go to Facebook’s Business Settings (business.facebook.com/settings). Select the Business Account. Note: Check that the Business at the dropdown is correct (top left corner of the screen)
STEP 2: Click People (on the left navigation).
STEP 3: Click Add (beside the search box, to the right of the left navigation). A pop-up window “Invite People” will appear
STEP 4: Enter the work email address (email@example.com) of the person you want to add.
STEP 5: Select Show Advanced Options and choose Finance analyst. Note: Do NOT choose Admin access and then Click Next.
STEP 6: Under Select Asset Type, select Ad Accounts (left column).
STEP 7: Under Select Assets, select Your Business name (middle column).
STEP 8: Under Ad Account, turn on View Performance (right column).
STEP 9: Click Invite.
STEP 10: Click Done after success pop-up (photo below):
The person will get an invitation to join your Business Manager in their email inbox.
Important To Note
Only admins can add people to your Business Manager. We recommend that you only grant admin access to those who need it to perform their job.
Don’t add people to your Business Manager if you don’t know them. People you don’t trust may create fake accounts and request access to your Business Manager. Ensure that you’re comfortable adding them to your Business Manager.
Facebook never asks for access to a Business Manager. If a business that claims it’s Facebook asks you to add them to your Business Manager, it’s not a legitimate request. Report it.
Third-party businesses can’t get you verified. If a business claims it can help get your business verified on Facebook and wants you to add them to your Business Manager, it’s not a legitimate request. Report it.
We strongly recommend all users of your Business Manager enable two-factor authentication.