Not comfortable with the idea of people being able to tag you in the photos they post on Twitter? You can change your Twitter settings to opt out of Twitter photo tagging.
By making yourself “untaggable,” you can prevent other people from being able to find photos of you on Twitter.
The below guide will show you step-by-step instructions on how to stop other people from being able to tag you in photos on Twitter.
How to Opt-Out of Twitter Photo Tagging (Mobile_
Step 1. On the Twitter app on your phone, click the profile icon.
Step 2. Click “Settings & Support” and then “Settings and privacy.”
Step 3. Next, click “Privacy and safety.”
Step 4. Then, click “Audience and tagging.”
Step 5. Click “Photo tagging” and change the settings to “off.”
How to Opt-Out of Twitter Photo Tagging (Browser)
Step 1. Log in to Twitter. From the left-hand side menu, click “More.”
Step 2. Click “Settings and Support” and then “Settings and Privacy.”
Step 3. Next, click “Privacy and safety” and then “Audience and tagging.”
Step 4. Then, click “Photo tagging.”
Step 5. Disable the feature that lets people tag you in their photos.
Opting Out When You Don’t Know You’re In
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