How to remove tag from a Facebook photo you’re tagged in this year

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How to remove tag from a Facebook photo you’re tagged in: Facebook tag feature works great when users are using it right but almost all members of my friends list are abusing this great tool.

See: How do you delete photos of you on Facebook?

If your friends are like mine then you should un-tag yourself from those photos so you can stop receiving annoying Facebook notifications.

How to untag yourself from Facebook photo tags

In order to remove a tag from a post you’ve been tagged in, click on the “V-shaped”   icon at the top right of the post and select Remove Tag.

How to remove tags from multiple Facebook posts at once

  1. Go to your activity log
  2. Click Photos in the left column
  3. Click to check the box to the left of the posts you’d like to remove a tag from
  4. Click Report/Remove Tags at the top of the page
  5. Click Untag Photos to confirm

Keep in mind that Removed tags will no longer appear on the post or photo, but the post or photo is still visible to the audience it’s shared with.

People may be able to view the post or photo in places like News Feed or search results. To permanently delete that photo from Facebook, ask the person who posted it to remove it.

If you have any qualms removing tags from a Facebook photo that you are tagged in – don’t hesitate to leave a comment in the comment box. We’ll get back to you ASAP.

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