All classic/old Myspace accounts have had their photographs migrated over. You may discover them in your profile's "Mixes" section. Consider a mix to be a photo album. Unfortunately, we will be unable to assist with recovery if you are unable to locate your previous profile because the old Myspace was never migrated to the new Myspace. There is no way to recover your old profile other than through our search function.
What happened to my photos? If you didn't create any mixes, then none of your photos will be visible.
Photos are one of the most important elements on MySpace. They're what make you unique, and they're what people connect with. Without photos, there is no identity for your account or your music. This is why it's so important to protect your images; if something were to happen to them, you'd be left with nothing.
MySpace protects your photos by default. That's why they're available in the first place. However, due to the site's popularity, it's natural that hackers would want to steal those images too. To prevent this from happening, MySpace offers two forms of protection: obfuscation and security keys. We'll discuss these methods below.
If you have private photos on MySpace, they cannot be seen by anyone other than your friends. Private photos are only visible to you and any other users you authorize to view your photos. Your friends can see that you've set some photos to private, such as bikini photos or photos of your home.
Your photo albums have already moved as long as your profile is synchronized to your traditional Myspace account. Your photographs may be seen under "mixes." Each album is a mix. If you don't see any photographs, it's because we no longer have a copy of them to transfer to the new site. It's conceivable that you have another account if you're missing photographs.
Click the downward arrow in the top-right corner (web) or the three-line menu at the bottom of the screen to import photographs or videos from Facebook.com or the Facebook mobile app (mobile). Choose Settings & Privacy.
You can find them in the "Mixes" section of your profile. Think of a mix as a photo album. Click on each mix to edit and see more images. * If you don't see any photos, that means your old account was not synced to your new Myspace.
Myspace is a social networking website in the United States that provides an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, photographs, music, and videos. From 2005 until 2009, it was the largest social networking site.
And many features from the old site have been merged into the new one.
Consider a mix to be a photo album. To modify and see additional photos, click on each mix. If you don't see any photographs, it's because your old Myspace account was not connected with your new one. Try searching for your previous Myspace account to see if you can find it.
However, what is less well-known is that your Myspace profile is still active. That's correct, depending on your privacy settings, anybody may search for your name and view your photos and connections. Much has changed in the world of Myspace since it was driven out of the spotlight by Facebook, Instagram, and, most recently, Snapchat.
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If you don't see any photographs, it's because your previous Myspace account was not synchronized to your new Myspace, or you don't have any pictures in your account. Try a different account and/or look for your previous email address.
Look up myspace.com and then type your name into the search field. There you have it, your previous profile. To access any "public" accounts, you do not need to remember your old password or establish a new one. You may browse through your past images, music, videos, "connections," events, and "mixes" from here. Also, there is a section called "Community Spaces" that shows off blogs and fan sites set up by other users where you can read messages left by friends.
If you want to view private content such as photos or notes, you will need to log in with your old username and password. If you forget your password, you can click the "forgot password?" link on the main login page. Sometimes it takes a few days before your password is sent to the email address it was last used with.
As for setting up a new profile, once you are logged in you can choose to use one of your social media accounts to connect with myspace. Voila! A fresh start.