Make Facebook Photos Private

This I teaches you Make Facebook Photos Private. You can make pictures private on both the site version and the mobile version of Facebook Keep in mind that you could not edit the personal privacy alternatives for pictures, videos, and also albums that you didn't publish to your account.


Make Facebook Photos Private


Method 1: Making a Single Photo Private on Facebook

1. Open up Facebook. Most likely to https://www.facebook.com/ in your internet browser. This will open your News Feed if you're logged into Facebook.

- If you aren't logged into Facebook, enter your e-mail address as well as password to do so.

2. Go to your profile. Click your name in the top-right side of the Facebook page.

3. Click the Photos tab. You'll find this listed below the cover photo that goes to the top of your Facebook page.

4. Select an image category. Click a category tab (e.g., Your Images) near the top of the page.

5. Select an image. Click a picture that you intend to make private. This will open the photo.

- The photo has to be one that you published, not just one of you that someone else uploaded.

6. Click the "Privacy" symbol. This icon normally looks like a silhouette of a person (or two people) that you'll discover listed below and also to the right of your name in the upper-right side of the picture. A drop-down menu will certainly show up.

- If clicking this icon causes a menu that says Edit Post Privacy, click Edit Post Privacy to go to the post, then click the privacy symbol at the top of the post prior to continuing.

7. Click More ... It's in the drop-down menu.

8. Click Only Me. This option is in the expanded drop-down menu. Doing so will immediately change your image's personal privacy so that just you can see it.

Method 2: Making an Album Private on Facebook

1. Click your name in the Facebook display's top ideal corner to open your profile.

2. Click the "Photos" link to open the Photos and Videos web page.

3. Click an album to open it.

4. Hover your mouse cursor over the icon to the right of the album's name. Text shows up mentioning the album's existing privacy setting. For example, the album may have a globe symbol as well as the setup "Public".

5. Click the symbol to open up a drop-down menu.

6. Click "Only Me" to conceal the album.

Idea: When the proper time comes, open each picture in the surprise album. Click the "Share Image" button in the lower best corner of the photo and also pick "On Your Web page" from the drop-down menu that shows up at the top of the sharing window.

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