If you don’t want to be found on Twitter, there are several ways to do that without making your account private. For instance, you can choose an obscure username, omit your real name, or pick a random avatar. But there are lesser-known features deep in your settings that can also protect your privacy online, including preventing photo tags.

On Twitter, anyone can tag you in their photo-containing tweet. That might not be great if you’re actually in the photo and don’t want the rest of the internet to know it’s you. With just a few taps, you can disable photo tags so that friends, family, and… more

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