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If someone tagged you in a photo, video, or post that you'd rather not be tagged in, you can remove that tag.

Find the post, then click the down arrow that appears in the upper right and select "Report/Remove Tag." For photos, click "I want to untag myself," then click "Remove Tag." You can also request that the photo be "removed from Facebook," then choose a reason and click "Continue." You can specify your reasoning further, then click "Continue." For videos and other posts, choose from the options provided and click "Continue." Your options on the next screen will vary based on what you chose, but each will be detailed below.

Click "Continue" when you're ready.

You'll be able to "Undo" the action temporarily if you want.

Tag1. A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information; 2. a term used for a non-hierarchical classification system for content (noun); 3. to link to a friend or group in status updates, pictures, videos or Wall posts (verb).PostAn entry published on a blog, microblog, forum, or social networking site.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.FacebookThe world's largest social networking platform; it is used to communicate and share content with users' friends and family around the world.Action1. A metric that measures specific user behavior, usually in the form of a click; 2. a Google Places measurement for the number of times a user has interacted with a specific listing. Facebook1437Untag Yourself From a Photo or Post
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