How to Edit the Photo Privacy Settings on Facebook?
The photo privacy options on Facebook are galore, giving you ample of options to restrict and apply privacy limits to your photos. But, here is one problem: many users tend to overlook some minute setting options, while some users find it too complex and avoid the micro-management of Facebook photo privacy setting options. And these privacy setting options also keep changing from time to time. Therefore, many of us end up exposing our photos to malicious, prying eyes and may even land us up in trouble during job search, while applying for college or in personal relationships. To avoid these awkward situations, we have simplified the process of editing photo privacy settings of Facebook. Just follow these simple steps given below to control viewing and rights to comment on your Facebook photos by editing photo privacy settings.
- Login with your Facebook account.
- Click on the drop-down arrow next to ‘Home’ and click ‘Privacy Settings’.
- Under ‘Control Your Default Privacy’, select the ‘Friends’ radio button.
- Once you do so, the friends of the people you tag would not be able to access the pictures unless they are your friends too.