Are you asking about when someone tags you in a photo on facebook?
If so then if you use the tag option it helps other people identify who you are in the picture. Such as if you have three people in a picture you always talk about them to one of your other friends and you have a picture of them, you tag all of those friends in that photo now the person that doesn't know them can now put a name to a face. It's helping with identifying people to other people along with people that do have cameras veruses people that don't. If one of your friends doesn't have a camera you can tag them in a photo and it will automatically go to their photos on facebook how ever if they choose not to have that photo on there they don't have to . There is a way to delete it off of your tagged photos
by Kain 360 3 years ago
I'm not sure, but somehow someone (a fellow weightlifter I know of) added me to a bodybuilding facebook page because I am into fitness. Anyway, I get notified when people post on this facebook page.Apparently, some girl just posted a nude photo of herself revealing her boobs and legs etc. Then...
by Brittany Banks 17 months ago
I need to clarify this topic. I was told by hub pages that I can use someone else's photos on facebook if they give me permission to or if they want me to. Is this true, yes or no? What is your opinion?
by Betty Reid 7 years ago
Do you tag yourself in someone else's Facebook album?Even if you don't really know the photographer, but you just happened to be at a party where they took pictures? Why or why not?
by Lisa Brown 4 years ago
How do you get to all of your timeline photos on Facebook? ( The ones you've saved ) .
by Granny's House 8 years ago
I don't want the same picture to be on every hub page. How do I change the pic on each page
by ologsinquito 3 years ago
Over the last few days, I took Writer Fox's suggestion and began using Alt Tags on some of my photos. (I would have done this sooner, but I focused my efforts elsewhere when there were technical difficulties.) Very quickly, after adding Alt tags to my hub with the most traffic, which had gotten...
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