1st, sign in to your Facebook account. 2-Once you're on your newsfeed page, click the Messages link in the left-hand column. 3-Click the person's name to choose the chat from which you want to download the photo(s). 4-Click the Download button next to the photo(s) you want to save.
You may include any explanation you see essential. 6 (Optional) Select who can see this photo from the privacy option. If you haven't updated your privacy settings, everyone on Facebook may view this photo if they visit your profile. 7. Press the Post button.
Once you've obtained the user ID, use double brackets to include the person's profile image into a message. To include the CNET profile image into a conversation, for example, type [cnet]. When you send the message, Facebook will insert your profile image into the conversation instead of the content.
Launch the Facebook Messenger application. Tap the Home button. This is found in the menu bar, which is located at the bottom (iPhone) or top (Android) of the screen. Tap the discussion you wish to listen in on. In the message box, look for your friend's photo. This will show below and to the right of one of the messages. You can also see photos attached to an email by opening it up in your email client.
Locate the photo you wish to save on Facebook. This might be any photo you see on Facebook, whether it's yours, a friend's, or a total stranger's who has made their images public. Then click on the image button next to the "Share" or "Like" button in the upper-right corner of the screen.
You will now see some options appear at the bottom of your screen. Clicking "Download Photo" will save the current photo as a JPEG file into your Photos app on iOS devices and into a folder named "Photos" inside your Home directory on Android devices.
If you have an iPhone with iOS 8 or later, there are two more ways to save photos from Facebook. To download all of the photos you've shared on Facebook in a single ZIP file, click on the "Photos" icon in the main menu bar at the top of your screen. From here you can find and download all of your photos from Facebook in one place.
To view your photos from a specific date range, click on the "Photos" icon again. This time however, instead of clicking on "All Photos", choose "Albums & Collections". Now you can select multiple dates during which you want to search for photos. When you're done selecting albums, click on the "+" sign next to "Create New Album".
Photos shared on Facebook Messenger are only viewable within the app. You'll be able to find them in your smartphone's gallery if you follow this method. Launch Facebook Messenger and navigate to Settings, then Data & Storage. Check the Store Images box to save any incoming photos to your gallery. Once you've done this, go back to your conversation with me and tap the Menu icon (three lines together) in the top-right corner of the screen. This will bring up your photo history. Scroll down to find my photos.
When you want to share a photo with all of your Facebook friends, publishing it on your wall is a quick and simple method to do it. In the "Search" box at the top of your Facebook page, type the person's name. Select your friend's name by clicking on it. On your friend's wall, click the "Message" button. Send a message to your buddy in response to the photo. In the text box that appears, type a short comment about the photo. Click the "Send Message" button.
When you click on someone's image or name, whether it's someone on your friends' list of friends or search results from the Facebook user database, you'll see three options on the right side of the person's bio photo. You may either send them a friend request, write them a message, or see their friends. Clicking on the last option will take you to a page that shows all the people you know who aren't yet your friends.
If you want to see more details about someone else, for example their status update, you can click on their profile picture again. This time instead of seeing their information in a new window, it will appear at the top of your current browser window.
Friends' profiles are visible to everyone, but only those listed as "friends" can see what you post on each other's walls. If someone tries to add you as a friend but misses the password protection step, they'll be able to view your profile but not contact you. You can block any user completely by clicking on the "x" next to their name. Then follow the instructions below to remove any previous requests silently without telling them why.
Click on the "X" icon next to the name of the friend you want to block. A pop-up menu will appear. Select the option for "Block future requests from this person." Press OK after selecting this option to confirm the action.
Although there is no official Facebook image search option, there are several strategies you may attempt if you want to discover someone by their photo. You may identify the linked profile on Facebook by using the number Facebook provided to a photo that was posted by someone else, or you can run a reverse search in Google for a Facebook photo.