- When you are tagged in a picture or video, tap it.
- When the tag appears, tap your name.
- On an iPhone, tap “Remove Me From Post” or “Remove Tag” (Android)
- Tap “Remove” (on an iPhone) or “Yes I’m Sure” to confirm (Android).
You can “Remove Me From Post” or “Hide from My Profile” once you click on Photo Options. Although hiding the post from your profile will prevent it from appearing in the tagged section, it won’t truly remove the tag off you. Then click I’m Out of This Post.
Go to the article that has the feature or product tag you want to remove. (Android) Tap or (iOS). Select Post options. To remove a brand tag from a post, select Remove me from post; to remove all tags from a post, select Remove all tags from post.
Open the mobile app and find the problematic photo. On Instagram’s desktop application, tags cannot be deleted.
To view the tags, tap the image.
On your tag, tap.
Select Remove Tag.
You may also take this picture out of the gallery of pictures in which you appear.
The other person will be taken to the photo and be able to see that they are no longer tagged in it, though, if you remove the tag before they view and click on the notification. The only method to keep them from seeing the aforementioned photo is to either delete it yourself or block the offending user.
The first step in hiding a tagged image is to bring up the image, tap it, and then select your username from the list that appears. The image will no longer be accessible to the general public under your tagged photographs if you choose “Hide from My Profile” from the menu that appears.
In your privacy settings, you can modify who is permitted to mention you. Once someone has mentioned you in their tale, there is no way to get your username off of it, although you can report someone’s story.
As mentioned above, Facebook notifies everyone who is included in a tag, but it doesn’t inform parties if a tag is deleted. There is no need for notification when changing a tag because doing so has no privacy ramifications.
The setting prevents the tagged post from being seen by your followers and from appearing in the Photos of You section of your Instagram page. But since the tag wasn’t taken off, it will still be visible on the page of the original poster.
The only thing you could do was modify the post’s hashtags. But not anymore, since Instagram’s most recent upgrade includes the ability to modify or add tags on Instagram after posting multiple photographs in response to user criticism. Both the iOS and Android apps now have the update.