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How To Add A Manager To Your Google My Business Page

Est. Reading: 2 minutes
Updated: April 1, 2024

Google my business which is now known as Google business profile (GBP).

Sign in to your Google My Business account

Go to and sign in with the Google account that has ownership access to your GMB listing.

Access your GMB dashboard

Once signed in, you'll be directed to your GMB dashboard. If you have multiple listings, select the one you want to add a manager to.

Go to the Users section

From your GMB dashboard, click on the "Users" icon, which looks like a person or a group of people. This will open the "Manage users" window.

Add a new user

In the "Manage users" window, click on the "Invite new users" icon, which looks like a person with a plus sign. This will open the "Add new users" window.

Enter the new user's email address

Type the email address of the person you want to add as a manager in the "Enter names or email addresses" field. Note that the email address should be associated with a Google Account.

Choose a role for the new user

Click on the drop-down menu next to the email address field and select "Manager" as the role. GMB offers three roles with different levels of access: Owner, Manager, and Site Manager.

Send the invitation

Click on the "Invite" button to send the invitation to the new user. They will receive an email with a link to accept the invitation and join the GMB listing as a manager.

Wait for the new user to accept the invitation

The person you invited needs to accept the invitation to become a manager. Once they accept, their status in the "Manage users" window will change from "Invited" to "Manager."

Review and manage users

After the new manager has accepted the invitation, you can review and manage users in the "Manage users" window. You can change a user's role or remove them from the listing by clicking on the three-dot menu next to their name and selecting the appropriate option.

Remember that the new manager will have almost the same level of access as the owner, except for a few critical actions like transferring ownership or deleting the listing. Make sure you trust the person you are adding as a manager to your GMB listing.

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