Twitter: How to Untag Yourself From a Photo

Users can remove themselves from content

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Twitter allows users to tag other users in the photos they share on the social networking platform. If you’ve been tagged in a photo and you want to remove the tag, our guide will show you how this is done.

Note: These screenshots were captured in the Twitter application on iOS.

Step 1: Tap the tweet you’ve been tagged in to view the tweet’s page. You want to see the word “Tweet” at the top of the screen.



Screenshot of a tweet in the Twitter mobile application with a red arrow pointing at "Tweet" at the top of the screen

Step 2: Tap the three dots near the top-right corner of the screen.


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