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Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - The Me Tile (part 3) - Uploading a Photo

12/28/2014 8:32:45 PM
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Uploading a Photo

Windows Phone 8 enables you to upload a photo from your photo roll directly to Facebook. To do so, open the Photos app and follow these steps:

1. Tap the picture you want to upload (as an alternative, you can also post a picture directly from the camera).

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2. Tap the Menu icon.

3. Tap Share.

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4. Tap Facebook.

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5. Enter a caption for your picture.

6. Optionally, tag people who appear in the photo.

7. Tap the Upload icon.

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>>>Go Further: Facebook Tagging

When you get ready to upload a photo to Facebook, it is possible to tag the people shown in the photo. If the photo contains one or more people, the phone automatically draws a rectangle around each face. Just beneath the rectangle is a tag that reads “Who’s This.” If you tap this tag, you have the choice of either typing a name or selecting a name from your Facebook contacts.

Every once in a while, Windows Phone 8 devices might not properly detect that there are faces shown in a photo. In this situation, you can tap the Add Tag icon and then tap the face in the photo. Windows then allows you to either manually enter a name or choose a name from your Facebook contacts.

 
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