You can’t delete that particular album. Even if is empty, the album is still present, being automatically generated by Facebook.
To delete a picture from this album, go to the album → open the respective picture → click on Options at the bottom of the picture → click Delete This Photo
Actually, Google's PicasaWeb and Google+ are always in sync. So if you have any image in Google+, you'll find it in PicasaWeb. From there you can get the code to embed the image and more.
Here is a sample code to embed one of the photos -
Whoever tagged you in the photo has their privacy set to only be visable to those who are tagged, NOT the tagged person's friends. It's a "custom" visability setting. They'd have to go in and change it to where the checkbox in the privacy setting area next to "friends of those who are tagged" is checked, not unchecked.
Im guessing you found the answer by now but I will explain anyway by quoting Google's Denise Ho
In the weeks and months ahead, we'll also be enhancing and awesome'ing the photos you've already uploaded to Google+ -- it just takes a while to process billions and billions of pictures :-)
In the meantime you can either apply Auto Enhance to existing photos ...
Picasa Web is "going away" and is being replaced by Google+ Photos. (In fact, if you go to your Google+ photos and to Picasa Web, you'll see that your photos are all in "both" places.) Furthermore, I wouldn't expect to see too many more updates to the Picasa desktop application. Google doesn't want to be making desktop apps anymore.)
Further, since Gmail, ...
Currently there is no option to reorganize the images on your public profile, only within your portfolio can you drag & drop images to the order you like. We will be introducing an option to re-arrange and categorize your work, it is coming very soon.
From their Support Center.
Go to your contacts and find the contact in question.
Click on the current avatar (their profile picture)... "Change Picture".
Select "No Photo".
Click "Set as contact photo".
You can change it back again by repeating steps 1 & 2 and selecting "Profile photo".
According to these sites: http://www.sileo.com/geotagging/ and http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1053234, Facebook does strip geotag info from photos.
Bear in mind that is as of late 2011, though. Also, this is Facebook we're talking about, so this could change with no notice, and it is likely to since geotags would mean more data for ...
Log into http://picasaweb.google.com and you should be able to find older photos that you don't find in Google Photos. Delete the pictures from there.
Source (someone else with the same problem):
I'm self-posting this question and answer despite the following thread...
Delete a profile ...
The most obvious things to look for are something blocking the URL of the photos.
I've done a quick check on my profile and they are of the form:
So do you have a proxy or adblocker that's got "akamai" or another part of that URL in it's block list?
The Help Center is a bit vague on your situation. According to the information there, your friends should be able to comment on the photos since you're tagged in them.
Therefore, take a look at the following settings in your accounts:
Who can send you Facebook messages? (under How you connect?)
Maximum Timeline Visibility (under How Tags Work - here you ...
If you want to remove several tags at once, you can go into the activity log page, check the boxes of the photos you want untagged, and a button will appear in the upper right that says "report/remove tags." Click that button and select the radio button for untagging.
No. There's currently no way to do it from the side of the person who is tagged. You can ask the person who posted to increase security for the album but even that has been working quirky lately (Facebook shows some content to the friends of the tagged people).
Also, the only album where privacy settings are set per photo is Wall Photos. Everywhere else ...
There is a bit of an update as to how you can achieve this.
Go to the album. And select the friend/page you want to tag.
Now start clicking away on the photos, if you don't care where in the photo it is tagged you can iterate through a lot of photos this way.
Repeat for the rest of the friends.
This is tad faster than the original flow of tagging while ...
It's all about your privacy settings.
Log in to Facebook. Up on the top right (right beside your name and "Home" is an arrow - click that, then "Privacy Settings".
From here you are editing who sees what on your account.
Next, click on "Edit Settings", which is to the right of "Timeline and Tagging". I think what you're looking for is the fourth one down, ...
The reason that Tumblr is a bad place for advertising is that the majority of people are reblogging/liking/viewing from their dashboards. It's only that rare visit from someone new that will give you a view.
Wordpress.com is also a bad place because their TOS does not allow you to place your own ads (since it's free). They'll place ads on your site if your ...
Try going to http://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=timeline - right to "Who can see things on my timeline?" there will be "Who can see posts you've been tagged in on your timeline?" and next to that an "Edit" button. Press it and change the setting to 'Everyone'.
Sounds like your photo from your website was cached, you may want to
Re-like the page
Place the link in the linter https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug
Facebook scrapes your page every 24 hours to ensure the properties are up to date. The page is also scraped when an admin for the Open Graph page clicks the Like button and when the URL is entered ...
According to Google Plus, pics that are automatically backed up, at a "standard" resolution (not full-size, but still quite good at 2048x2048 pixels and videos up to 15 minutes), are all unlimited.
"You can store an unlimited number of standard size photos on Google+." and "You can upload an unlimited number of videos that are less than 15 minutes long and ...
Solution: IFTTT (If This Then That)
Sign up for an account in IFTTT.
Go to this recipe: Post your Instagram photos as native Twitter photos
Link your Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Here's what it will look like on Twitter. The ift.tt link redirects to the Instagram link of the photo.
Upload your profile photo to a photo sharing web application such as Imgur, and point your Twitter profile to the profile photo that you uploaded. Images uploaded to Imgur are anonymous. They cannot be searched and only those people with whom you share the URL (or your public images URL) will be able to see it. Due to privacy concerns, EXIF data or metadata ...