Following is a short tutorial on how to add a map to your Facebook page.
First setup an account on FaceItPages from here if you do not already have an account.
After you setup your account and login click the “Create a New Page Tab” option from your members main menu or click “Manage Saved Pages” if you would like to add a map to a page tab you already created through our system.
This will bring you into the first step of the page creation tool where you will be asked to name your page and choose if you would like to setup a fan gate.
If you click yes for fan gate, you will be taken into the fan gate setup screen and if you click no, you will be taken to our layout selection like seen below. Choose the layout the appeals to you and then choose a template that best fits your branding.
This will take you to the editor screen where you can setup applications within the template you chose. Click on one of the module blocks in the editor screen where you want your map located and choose the “Map It” module from the module selection screen.
After choosing the “Map It” module you will be presented with the map setup screen like seen below.
This screen will allow you to add title, description, location and upload a photo. You are able to add multiple entries. After you add all of your locations you will be presented with a preview of your map like below.
After you have added all of your map listings, click the blue “Finish” button on the map setup screen which will automatically apply the map to the template and take you back to the editor screen for adding more content and other Facebook applications.
Click the “Next Step” button at the bottom of the editor screen to be taken to a live preview of what your map page will look like and from the preview screen click the publish button if you are happy and want to continue.
After you click the “Publish Page” button you will be taken to the confirmation screen. From this screen click the install to Facebook button which will allow you to install the page and map to your Facebook page.