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Open the photo and hover the name next to "With..", a tool-tip must appear click on "Remove Tag" to cancel the tag request.


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Facebook now strips all metadata from posted pictures to avoid this problem: What information can someone see when they download my photo from Facebook? However, be careful when you post links to photos on other websites or when using third-party image hosting services with Facebook, Twitter, etc.


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If you have Graph Search enabled you should be able to do this query "My photos of Friend Name" or https://www.facebook.com/search/FRIENDID/photos-of/me/photos/intersect


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Facebook pretty aggressively compresses photos, even at supposedly high resolution. You can't really get an uncompressed photo on Facebook, even though some people have complained for years.


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There are about 250 billion photos on Facebook at the moment. How could you possibly find if you are in any of them if you are not a user (i.e. you can’t see them)? The only possible way (and by possible I mean moon shot) would be to run these photos through some kind of image-recognition algorithm, that should be provided by Facebook itself — not available ...


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The breakdown on the numeric parameter is something like Facebook object id of the photo Type of photo (Album, Profile picture, App) Facebook profile id You want 3. So if you are still friends with these people facebook.com/1773447629 facebook.com/1504351966 Then you can ask them about the pictures.


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I found a way to do this. I edited the original photo stored in My Pictures (I needed to brighten it a little). I went to my FB post, edit/add photo. I uploaded the edited photo (privacy only me while doing this) to compare it with the photo as originally posted. It was an improvement, so I deleted the original and the new version was left, and set privacy ...


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You can do it in FB Purity with Custom CSS code. The CSS code you need to hide notifications of people liking individual photos is : #fbNotificationsFlyout li[data-gt^='{"notif_type":"like","subtype":"photo"'] {display: none} If you also wanted to hide likes of whole photo albums, you could add the following CSS code: #fbNotificationsFlyout li[data-gt^='{"...


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No, there is no way to restore a deleted photo from a Facebook page. Once it's deleted, it's gone. https://www.facebook.com/help/208547132518386


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Make sure that you don't also have "Friends of those tagged" selected. From the drop-down that allows you to choose Only Me | Friends | Custom etc as the album privacy, click on Custom and you will see this dialog:- As you can see, by default "Friends of those tagged" is selected. Another selection in the drop-down "These people or lists" instead of ...


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You can set the privacy of all your photos by customising who can see each album. Go to the album and click on the symbol next to the description of the album. If it's public it will be a globe, if friends the symbol will be two person shapes, if customised already it will be a gear symbol. You can use this menu to change the customisation so that only ...


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I had the same Problem and solved it with the following change in my privacy settings. Go to "Timeline and Tagging Settings" and Check out the Option "When you're tagged in a post, who do you want to add the audience if they aren't already in it?" It was set to "only me" and I changed it to "friends" and now friends can see post I've been tagged in.


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A webapp like IFTTT - If This Than That is probably the easiest way to achieve this. Sign up on IFTTT, use this recipe that I have published & click on Add recipe button (if required, you'll be prompted to activate the necessary channels) to automatically store a copy of the pic to Dropbox. If you prefer, you can have the picture sent to you via email ...


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You can not create publicly anything on Facebook silently. Facebook gives the option of Audience selector by which yo can select the audience according to you. In your case (as you said you don't have them in your friend list), you can create an album and select audience as Only me and tag all the people who was present in that event (Or anyone whom you ...


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Click the photo Click "Options" Click "Delete this photo" Confirm deletion


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No, as of now there is no way to block names in Likes on photos. Facebook has not provided any algorithm for this.


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No, this is not possible in Facebook.


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Not a solution, but I've noticed that this doesn't happen when viewing as the mutual friend, who is also tagged in the photo. It also doesn't happen when viewing as another person who is not friends with whoever uploaded the photo, but is friends with me and the other person tagged in the photo. The problem doesn't seem to happen when whoever uploaded the ...


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It depends on your facebook settings > Time line and tagging. Attribute should be everyone instead of Friends


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In my experience: The top 2 or 3 names (the ones that are shown) are the people you have the most interaction with. When you click "others", the list is displayed in timestamp order. I will do some checking/research and get back to you later, with a more sure answer.


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Are you snagging the URL right from the profile? Or where exactly are you looking to search for the link from. If you go to your profile / timeline, paste this code into the javascript console (or remove all spaces and throw it after 'javascript:' in the URL) it will load the url... var fillArray = []; var timelinePosts = document.getElementsByClassName("...


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I think you just need to click anywhere outside of modal to get back to the original photo/post you first opened.


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My profile was having the same problem for a while. I figured out what worked for me. Go to settings, then click timeline and tagging. In the 'who can see things on my timeline' section I had to change those answers to 'friends'. I'm not sure why that affected the visibility of my tagged 'photos of me'album but it did.


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You need to go into your Privacy Settings. Under "Who can see my stuff?" there's an option to "Limit past posts". Choosing that option should take everything you've previously shared to "Public" or "Friends of Friends" to simply "Friends". You'll also, of course, want to make sure your setting for future posts to something more restrictive.


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you could try doing a reverse image search, whereby you upload the image to google's image search page, and google will search for similar images to the one you uploaded, if it finds any matches, you can visit the web page the similar image is located on and check it for any clues as to the location, more info on this method is located here: https://www....


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This happens when adding a date/time before posting the initial gallery. There's a "hide in feed" checkbox but even if it's unchecked it won't show up in the page's feed/timeline. It does not matter if a time is specified manually or if you let FB take the information from the exif tags. Unfortunately there is no way to solve this issue except by deleting ...


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Go to the album page and make sure the privacy setting is set to custom.On custom settings add John to the field "Don't share with these people" or enter Jen on "share with these speicific people". Now share the album on her page.That post will be visible only to her and you only.


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The image Download button does not appear if the image is a Cover Photo (in the 'Cover Photos' album). The Download button appears if the image is not a Cover Photo, even if it's uploaded by a non-Facebook friend. The Chrome extension, DownAlbum or equivalent User/Greasemonkey script for other browsers like Firefox, will allow you to download the full-...


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The Download button is still in use, but you will not be able to use it to download photos from "non-friends" that you have on Facebook. This is most likely more of a privacy style feature. To save a photo from someone you are not friends with you could do something like switching to full screen mode and right clicking and saving the picture. This will get ...


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