Disable auto tagging by going to your privacy settings, (top right of your F.B profile, next to Home” drop down/Privacy) scroll down to “Timeline and Tagging” edit, and disable all the tagging permissions as shown in the photo left, (enabling means disabling in this case).
Tap in the top right of Facebook. Scroll down and tap Settings. Scroll down to Audience and Visibility and tap Profile and Tagging. Tap Who can see posts you’re tagged in on your profile?
How do I prevent someone from posting on my timeline?
Stop others from posting to your timeline
On the left, choose Timeline and Tagging, then you’ll see an option labeled “Who can post on your timeline?” If you change this setting to “Only Me,” no one will be able to write on your wall unless you toggle it back to “Friends.”
Can I stop someone from tagging me in posts on Facebook?
Unfortunately, you’re not able to prevent people from tagging you on Facebook. Your suggestions and ideas are important to us. With over a billion people on Facebook, feedback from community members like you helps us to constantly improve our features and services.
Facebook Help Team
You may have turned on your Timeline review, which means that the posts you’ve tagged will not appear in your Timeline right away, but will be reviewed first by you.
Tap in the top right of Facebook.
- Scroll down and tap Settings.
- Scroll down to Audience and visibility and tap Profile and tagging.
- Tap Review tags people add to your posts before the tags appear on Facebook?
- Tap next to Tag review to turn on tag review.
Can I review posts before they appear on my timeline?
Click the “Edit” button on the righthand side. Now, you should see a description of a feature called “Timeline Review,” which lets you review items before they appear on your timeline.
What happens when someone restricts you on Facebook?
When you add someone to your Restricted list, you’ll still be friends with them on Facebook, but they’ll only be able to see your public information (example: your posts and profile info you choose to make public) and posts you tag them in.