Your tag may need to be approved by the person you tagged or the person who posted the photo (if it is not yours), depending on their privacy settings for Timeline Review or tag review. You may not see the option to tag people in photos posted by others, depending on their audience settings.
Why won’t Facebook let me tag someone in a post?
You might tag someone on Facebook, but it doesn’t show up because they removed the tag. Maybe you’re trying to tag a Page in an update, but it’s not working because that Page doesn’t allow others to tag it. Maybe you tried to tag your own Page on someone else’s photo, but they have tag review turned on and rejected it.
Why can’t I tag a person?
The person you are trying to tag might have a private profile and have their settings set on people not being able to tag them. Another reason could be that you are not following the person you are trying to tag. So, follow the user, then try tagging.
How do you tag someone in a Facebook video after posting 2020?
It’s pretty straightforward:
- Go to your timeline and open the post you want to tag.
- If it’s a photo, tap on the tag icon at the top of the screen. Then tap the part where you want the tag to appear and enter the page name.
- If it’s a shared post or status update, tap the three horizontal dots in the upper-right corner.
How do I change my tag settings on Facebook?
Tap in the top right of Facebook.
- Scroll down and tap Settings.
- Scroll down to Privacy and tap Profile and Tagging.
- Tap Who can see posts you’re tagged in on your profile?
- Select the audience of people (such as Friends) that you’d like to be able to see the posts you’ve been tagged in.
Can’t tag a page on Facebook?
To increase your chances of tagging success, make sure you have liked the Page as the Facebook identity you are trying to tag as, and then type the exact name (in this case, begin with the “The”). TIP: If the Facebook Page URL contains dashes and ends with a bunch of numbers, it does not have a vanity URL.