How to stop being unnecessarily tagged on photos on Facebook

Do you unnecessarily get tagged on photos on Facebook? Its quite annoying to see photos I am not in or know anything about appearing on my Facebook wall because I was tagged on it by a friend. Some of the photos are disturbing in nature, some are quite pornographic. Facebook allows tagging of friends on photos, videos, places and posts. It is ok if the tagging is meaningful but very annoying when it is unnecessary. You can’t block your friends because they tagged you on photos of course.

So I am going to show you how you can avoid being tagged on Facebook photos and how you can avoid the unnecessary notifications about others comments on such photos.

stop tagging me on facebook

How to avoid Facebook Photo tagging:

1. First, login to your Facebook account  and click on the “Account” tab and choose “Privacy Settings” from the drop down.

Facebook privacy settings

2. In the next step, click on the “edit settings” under the Timeline and Tagging section as highlighted on the image below.

edit Facebook privacy settings

3. Then the Timeline and tagging settings will appear, click on the “Off” under “Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your timeline”.

edit timeline and tagging

enable timeline and tagging

4. Then the Timeline review settings will appear next, click on the “disable” button and choose “Enable” and click the back button to go back to the Timeline and tagging settings. Then click the “Done” button under.

5. Now i hope you can be able to stop all the unnecessary photo, video, post, life event tagging on Facebook.

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