How to Copy All Tagged Pictures on Facebook to the Computer

Facebook provides a simple utility for downloading your entire account archive, including every picture you're tagged in. If you'd rather selectively copy just tagged photos from Facebook, use third-party utilities that enable you to quickly download photos from your profile. The Facebook utility automatically downloads all of your wall posts, conversations, friends' names and some of their email addresses along with the photos you've shared.

Instructions

  1. Facebook

    • 1

      Sign in to your Facebook account. Click the down arrow next to Home at the upper right, and click "Account Settings."

    • 2

      Click "Download a copy of your Facebook data."

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      Click "Start My Archive." When the archive is prepared, Facebook will email you the download link.

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      Click the download link in the email you receive from Facebook to save the archive to your computer. Unzip the file to view the tagged pictures or a copy of your Facebook profile.

    Social Photo Download

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      Navigate to socialphotodownload.com and click "Login." Enter your Facebook account credentials and then click "Allow."

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      Click "My Photos."

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      Click "Download All Photos" to request a zip archive of your tagged photos. Social Photo Download will email you when the archive is prepared.

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      Click the "Download" link in the email you receive from Social Photo Download to save the archive to your computer.

    Pick&Zip

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      Navigate to picknzip.com and click "Login with Facebook." Enter your account credentials and then click "Allow."

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      Click "Find My Photos" and click the "Tagged" tab.

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      Click the "Download" tab and then click "Download All Photos."

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      Click "Zip" to save all images in a zip archive or "PDF" to save all photos in a single PDF file. Click "Save" when the download file is prepared to save the tagged pictures to your computer.

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