Instagram released the Marcado tab on the Web version, which shows the photos in which the user was tagged by friends. In addition to viewing the images through the section, the user can remove the marks from unwanted or embarrassing photos. It is also possible to hide the photo from the tag list without removing the link, just so that other people do not see that post on the profile. Check out the following tutorial on how to remove Instagram photo tagging from your computer.
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Step 1. Access your profile by clicking on the user icon, located in the upper right corner of the screen. Then select the Tagged tab to see the photos with the tags;
Instagram on the Web has a tab that shows photos in which the user was tagged by friends Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Open the photo with the unwanted tag and click on the tag with your username. An options window appears on the screen;
Photo with Instagram profile tag Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. If you just want to hide your profile picture, choose Hide on my profile and then Close. If you want to delete the tag permanently, select Remove tag;
Remove the tag from a photo on Instagram via the computer Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. Confirm the action on Remove.
Confirm the removal of an Instagram photo tag Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Using the computer, it is also possible to configure whether the photos in which you have been tagged will be displayed on your profile automatically or if you will need your authorization for this to happen. See below how to select the option.
Step 1. In your profile, click on the gear cone. Then choose the option Privacy and security;
Access Instagram privacy settings on your computer Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Check the Add manually option so that the tagged photos will only appear on your profile after your approval.
Set up photo tags with you on Instagram Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes