Have you ever wanted to share a photo on facebook but didn’t want the person in the picture to know? Maybe it’s because they are wearing something compromising, or maybe it’s just not your best angle. If I Save a Photo on Facebook Will the User Get Notified?
Whatever the reason, if you save that photo and upload it from your phone as opposed to posting directly from Facebook, then no one will be notified when you upload it.
In order for someone else to see the photo before you delete it off of your profile, they would have had to have been looking at your profile when you uploaded (or saved) the image.
‘Saving a photo on Facebook does not automatically notify the user. You have to send it as a message, or post it on their wall.‘
How do I know who downloaded my Facebook photos?
You can see who has viewed your photos by clicking on your Facebook profile, then click Photos. It will display a list of people that have viewed the pictures you have uploaded to Facebook.
Facebook Photo Storage Frequently Asked Questions
Can I download every photo I find on Facebook?
Yes, you may download any image you see on Facebook, whether it’s in your news feed or someone else’s profile. To save the image, just click the “Save photo” button (three vertical dots) in the upper right corner of the post.
Where do I find the Facebook photos I’ve downloaded?
Here’s what you need to do to go to your Facebook photo album:
- Visit your profile page on Facebook.
- The “Saved” tab can be found on the left side of the screen (it could also be found under the “Explore” tab).
- Select “Saved” to see everything you’ve stored, including images.
- Thirdly, if I download the photo, would the original poster find out?
- The original poster will not be informed if you download their photo. Facebook takes user privacy seriously, thus downloading an image is a covert operation.
Can I download images from a closed Facebook account?
Unless the profile owner gives you permission to do so, you can’t download images from a private Facebook profile. Facebook’s privacy settings dictate who may see and engage with posts.
Can I make albums out of my stored pictures?
You can organize your Facebook images into albums if you like. You can organize your photos into albums by date, event, or any other criteria that works for you. Simply navigate to the “Saved” tab, select “Create Collection,” and then follow the on-screen instructions to make a new album.
Can other Facebook users view my saved photos?
Your stored photographs will not be shared with anyone else and will remain private. Unless you make them public, other Facebook users won’t be able to see them.
You can save a photo on Facebook and add it to your own collection without ever having to contact the original poster. Any image you see in your feed or on a user’s profile can be saved and viewed in your “Saved” album at a later time. Facebook takes user privacy seriously, thus downloading an image is a covert operation. Feel free to add those intriguing images to your Facebook photo album.