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Tag Your Connections' Children in Your Uploads

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How it works

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a single post upload

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a multiple post upload

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a private post

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in your existing posts

Untagging your connection's child(ren) from your post

 

 

 

 

 

 

How it works

You can now help your connections to build their children's timelines on 23snaps. By tagging their children in your posts, your content will be added to the tagged child's timeline, pending the parents' authorisation. You can tag a connections child in any post, including photos, videos, Stories and status updates. Please be aware that this will make that post visible to all of the people connected to the tagged child, even if those people are not directly connected to you. Those people will have the ability to like and comment on your post. 

 

 

 

 

 

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a single post upload

On the iOS app

Click on the orange + button in the menu bar at the bottom of the screen, and then tap the icon for your preferred post type. Once you have selected your photos or video, written your status or created your Story you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. Simply tap the Tag your friends' children button, and select the child(ren) you wish to tag, then click Done. You can tag children from multiple families in one post. You also have the option to tag your own children and decide when on the timeline it should appear. Finally, tap the orange Publish button in the top right hand corner and your photo will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tag will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tag, the post will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

   

 

On the Android app

Click on the orange + button in the top right of the screen, and then tap the icon for your preferred post type. Once you have selected your photos or video, written your status or created your Story you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. Simply tap the Tag your connections' children button, and select the child(ren) you wish to tag, then click Done. You can tag children from multiple families in one post. You also have the option to tag your own children and decide when on the timeline it should appear. Finally, tap the orange Publish button in the top right hand corner and your photo will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tag will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tag, the post will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

   

 

On the website

Click on the orange Post + button in the menu bar at the top of the screen, and then tap the icon for your preferred post type. Once you have selected your photos or video, written your status or created your Story you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. Simply click on the Other Children button underneath the Who is in this photo? option, then select the child(ren) you wish to tag, and click Continue. You can tag children from multiple families in one post. You also have the option to tag your own children and decide when on the timeline it should appear. Finally, tap the orange Submit button in the bottom right hand corner and your photo will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tag will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tag, the post will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

 

    

 

 

 

 

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a multiple photo upload

On the iOS app

Click on the orange + button in the menu bar at the bottom of the screen, and then tap the Photo icon. Once you have selected your photos you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. You have the option to tag the child(ren) in all of the photos in the batch, by clicking the Tag Friends' Children In All Photos button and select the child(ren) you wish to tag. You can tag children from multiple families at one time. This will apply the tag to every photo in the batch. Please be aware that if you open this menu again before publishing your photos, it can remove the tags, if you wish to preserve the tags you have already added, make sure to click Cancel rather than Done to close this window again.

Alternatively you can manually select which photos you would like to tag. Simply tap the Tag your connections' children button under each thumbnail, and select the child(ren) you wish to tag, then click Done. You can tag children from multiple families in one photo.

You also have the option to tag your own children and decide when on the timeline it should appear on this screen. Finally, tap the orange Publish button in the top right hand corner and your photo will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tags will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tags, the photos will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

     

 

On the Android app

Click on the orange + button in the top right corner of the screen, and then tap the Multiple Photos option. Once you have selected your photos you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. You have the option to tag the child(ren) in all of the photos in the batch, by clicking the Tag Friends' Children In All Photos button and select the child(ren) you wish to tag. You can tag children from multiple families at one time. This will apply the tag to every photo in the batch. Please be aware that if you open this menu again before publishing your photos, it can remove the tags, if you wish to preserve the tags you have already added, make sure to click Cancel rather than Done to close this window again.

Alternatively you can manually select which photos you would like to tag. Simply tap the Tag your connections' children button under each thumbnail, and select the child(ren) you wish to tag, then click Done. You can tag children from multiple families in one photo.

You also have the option to tag your own children and decide when on the timeline it should appear on this screen. Finally, tap the orange Publish button in the top right hand corner and your photo will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tags will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tags, the photos will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

  

 

On the website

Click on the orange Post + button in the menu bar at the top of the screen, and then tap the Photos icon. Once you have selected your photos you will have the opportunity to tag your connections' child(ren) from the publishing screen. Simply click on the Other Children button underneath the Who is in this photo? option, then select the child(ren) you wish to tag, and click Continue. You will then need to repeat this process for each image in the batch*. You can also tag your own children and decide when on the timeline the photos should appear. Finally, tap the orange Submit button in the bottom right hand corner and your photos will be uploaded to 23snaps. 

Please be aware, your tags will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tags, the photos will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag.

 

*The option to tag your friends' children in all photos in a batch in one step, much like you can do with your own children, is on the way very soon!

    

 

 

 

 

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in a private post

On the app

It is not possible to tag a connection's child in a post that you make private (visible only to yourself and your partner). Selecting the option to post privately will remove any the tags of any of your connections' children that you have already applied, and remove the option from the publishing screen. If you would like to keep the tags intact, make sure to set the view to public. 

  

 

On the web

It is not possible to tag a connection's child in a post that you make private (visible only to yourself and your partner). Selecting the option to post privately will remove any the tags of any of your connections' children that you have already applied, and remove the option from the publishing screen. If you would like to keep the tags intact, make sure to set the view to public. 

 

 

 

 

 

Tagging your connection's child(ren) in your existing posts

On the app

In the Newsfeed, or your Family Page, locate the photo you wish to tag. Tap the Options button and select Edit Activity. Now, simply tap the Tag your friends' children button, and select the child(ren) you wish to tag, then click Done. Finally, tap Finish to save your changes.

Please be aware, your tag will require authorisation from the child's parents. If they choose to decline your tag, the post will remain on your timeline, but not on that of the child you tried to tag. 

   

 

On the website

This option is not yet available on the 23snaps website. We know that this is an important feature, it is currently in the works and will be ready for release very soon!

 

 

 

 

Untagging your connection's child(ren) from your post

On the app

You can remove a tag before or after it has been approved.

In the Newsfeed, or your Family Page, locate the photo you wish to untag. Tap the Options button and select Edit Activity. Now, simply tap the Tag your connections' children button, and unselect the child(ren) whose tag you wish to remove, then click Done

   

 

On the website

This option is not yet available on the 23snaps website. We know that this is an important feature, it is currently in the works and will be ready for release very soon!

 

 

 

 

 

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