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Watch more How to Use Social Media videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/359870-How-to-Tag-Your-Friends-on-Facebook
Facebook is a great way to keep in touch with family and friends. Tag your favorite people in photos, notes, and in your status updates for added fun.
Step 1: Type name
Type the name of the person in the photo in the provided space and then select their name in the drop-down menu.
Your friend, event, or group will be notified that they were tagged in your status or post.
Step 2: Click Tag
Click the Tag button. Repeat if you are tagging more than one person in the photo. Then click the Done Tagging button when you're finished tagging.
Step 3: Tag friends
Tag your friends on Facebook in pictures by opening a picture and clicking on Tag This Photo.
Step 4: Tag in notes
Tag your friends in your notes by clicking on your Notes tab. Open a note and type the name or group that you want to tag in the space provided under the Tag People in this Note area.
Step 5: Click on a face
Click on the face of a person in the picture you would like to tag.
Step 6: Type @
Type the "at" symbol before referencing a friend, event, or group when updating your status or post. Select who you want to tag in the drop-down menu.
Did You Know?
35 million Facebook users update their status daily.
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