Review Facebook Posts You Are Tagged in Before They Appear on Your Timeline for iPhone 6

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    Let's unlock the phone to access Facebook.
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    Open the Facebook application by tapping on the icon.
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    The next thing we need to do is put our attention to the bottom menu bar, particularly, the bottom right-hand side where it says "More".
    Tap on "More".
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    We need to scroll down until we see "Account Settings".
    Tap on that.
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    Tap on "Timeline and Tagging", the second option.
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    Tap on the second line that says, "Review posts friends tag you in before they appear on your timeline?" Basically, before they go public.
    For example, if somebody took a photo of us and our friends where we look particularly bad and we don't want it to appear on ours and on our friends' timeline.
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    Tap on the switch to the right to turn the setting on.
    Keep in mind that this only controls what's allowed on our timeline. Posts that we're tagged in will still appear in search, news feed, and other places on Facebook. From now on, whenever someone tags us in a picture or post, we will have to approve it before it appears on our timeline and before all of our other friends will be able to see that tag.
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    Thank you for watching VisiHow.
    This concludes the tutorial on how to set up your Facebook so that you are able to view all of the posts you were tagged in before they appear on your timeline. If you have any additional questions on how your applications or phone works, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Crystal, Kara

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