There is no option to untag yourself from a comment. So many people have raised this issue but Facebook still has not included this feature.
See Arie L 's answer (from Facebook Help Team) on the same question.
Short answer: no.
You can only block tagged photos from appearing in your timeline until they are approved, or remove your tags after they were posted. But it is not possible to prevent your friends from tagging you in their own photos.
Yes, it is possible to tag a Facebook group in a post. Below are instructions:
Log into your Facebook account and then navigate to the item you'd like to update with a tag. Click on the "Comment" hyperlink beneath a status or image posting to tag a Facebook user in the post's comments sections. To tag a group to your status, click inside of your ...
When I have an inbox that I need to take care of regularly (Facebook, StackOverflow, physical mailbox) I make a recurring task to check and clear out that inbox. So you could as a workaround make a task in your normal to-do list to "Answer Facebook messages" every day or week, and answer them all then.
You could also use Quicksilver to create a custom ...
Previously, Facebook used to edit status but not comments. And the recent updates in Facebook is - you cant edit status but you can edit your comment. :)
Now, what you can do is - Post a comment on your status and type '@' and then start typing the name of that person. It will automatically show you the list of related names. Then you can select the name to ...
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.
From Facebook's Help Center:
When you hide a comment from a post on your Page, the comment will only be visible to the person who wrote it and their friends.
So if your friends are also friends with the comment's poster, then they would still be able to see the comment; otherwise, they wouldn't.
If you look at the setting to control tagging it has the explanation that you're looking for. It says "Note: This only controls what's allowed on your timeline Posts you're tagged in still appear in search, news feed and other places on Facebook."
When you post something on friends' wall, friend will get a notification and it will be visible to friend's audience settings and it will also visible to your audience that you have posted on your friend's timeline.
And when you tag anyone in a photo comment who is not your friend, the person will get a notification that you have tagged him/her. You friend'...
There is no native way to do this.
You will need to look up a third party application that reads metadata for the specific purpose of uploading it to Facebook.
Otherwise you need to use the API and run a script yourself https://developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/reference/user/photos/#Creating
(Programming and app recommendations are out of scope for ...
There isn't a way to do that.
One can only choose who can see what ANY other people post on your timeline. If your family members post personal things or things you don't want there, you may want to suggest that they send you private messages instead or you may want to get creative and start a Group for your family to have family discussions there. If you ...
Go to your timeline and click on View Activity log.
Then look at the left-top corner, there you will find Tag review and Timeline review. Click on one of them (actually which is required to click- if someone tagged you then you need to click on tag review. So is Timeline review if anyone tag you in any post").
Then you can see post(s) or picture(s),if any,...
Go to your Activity page.
You can see the mentioned post there.
Next to that you can see options on right side.
Check whether that post is hidden from your timeline. If so, change it to "Allowed on timeline".
Hope this helps. :)
If you've not approved the status it won't show on your wall. then your friends cant see it if they are not mutual with the tagger.
It will only show on tagger's wall and other people tagged (if any) in status and approved the same.
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.
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 ...
Apparently, sometime within the last three years, Facebook either fixed a bug or added a feature that makes this work (again?), at least for the post that this question was originally about.
Unfortunately, there are still some posts for which the menu doesn't even appear, however, when it does appear, it also does work, unlike three years ago, when I wrote ...
I think that what you need in general is some sort of "Social CRM" tool, although at this point in time I do not have a specific recommendation for you.
A Social CRM tool that is well-integrated with Facebook (and other social media channels) should be able to, among its other capabilities, capture messages received via social media and create and manage ...
There is now a way to untag yourself:
1) Go to your Activity Log
2) Find this line:
3) Press the "pen" icon with a "Edit" tooltip
4) Click "Report/Remove tag".
5) This dialog appears:
6) If a friend tagged you thiking it was a good idea, select "It's annoying or not interesting". If an app tagged you automatically, select "It 's spam".
7) Another dialog ...
Not much of an answer, but in this Mashable article it’s stated that
If the user wishes to report the content to Facebook, he or she can also choose to include a trusted authority figure, such as a teacher or parent, as a contact in that incident report.
No, there is no known functionality (for now) which allows you to edit your status and who you're with (that's the name for tagging someone in a status). You can, anyway, add a location or change the date. As Anusha suggested, you can do that in the comments by tagging a friend. Type @Foo to tag your friend Foo.