KentFrost wrote: »
Awesome! Sorry to be such a pain, but I've had literally hundreds of people in the past few days contacting me about this (just recently shot and posted a huge event, which is why this became apparent to me). I guess I never realized how valuable the tagging function really was until this happened.
Thanks again for the prompt response!
JGilchrist wrote: »
I am also experiencing the exact same problem with the exact same characteristics. I have tested manual upload and tagging works, but when uploading via the SmugMug uploader only the page admins can tag. I work for a community theater and tagging photos by cast & crew has a huge impact on our ticket sales. Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated.
MSkaffari wrote: »
Scott and I are from Smugmug. He asked for info that would help us determine what we might have to do differently to make this work for you. I just tested this with my own page ( http://www.facebook.com/Miikka.Skaffari.Photography ) and verified the same functionality as you described. When I publish pictures to my profile the tagging is available. We are investigating more.
racecarshots wrote: »
Came here because this was working ok this afternoon, now I lost the ability to share to facebook on mine at all. Fiddling with code this evening or did something break?
KentFrost wrote: »
I've noticed this as well, but if you go to smugmug.com/darkroom (or [yourdomain].com/darkroom if you have it set up that way), simply re-click the "Join" button.
I've been having to do this every time I post a new gallery. Is that a cookies setting, perhaps?
fauxtoe wrote: »
Hey DGrinners....and Hero's - Wanted to add, since this is in Beta at this point - I have had the same complication when having other FB Users tag photos. I have tested from 2 different personal FB accounts to verify this was not a FB setting. I have attached a screenshot of my business page and I have selected tags to be available. I can tag photos on my business page when logged in as my personal account.
Look forward to an update with fixes. In addition, fixes for being logged in to my business page and sharing via Smug Mug to Facebook.
Thanks for reading - Hope everyone is well.
~Brandi Fitzgerald, Fauxtoe.
SamirD wrote: »
I've been retained by an event to develop a fb page for their event since I create a majority of the content for such a site. I have a couple of questions:
Is the tagging issue figured out yet, or are we still in the diagnosis phase?
When will a 'you are not the owner of this album' message occur?
What is the authentication method between SM and FB? Ie, are they linking based on email address, individual logins via oauth, what exactly?
Will this tool work for a fb business account that is the page admin?
Does this tool require that the email address of the fb page admin be the same as the SM one?
Thank you in advance for the answers.
KentFrost wrote: »
Are there any updates on the tagging issue? I've been having to upload a graphic to appear after every so many photos in a Facebook gallery to remind people about the info on print purchasing on my SmugMug page, as this is the only way I can make that info known. The ability to have SmugMug purchasing links in the captions of my FB pics is extremely invaluable and I can't use it until this is fixed.
Photobot3000 wrote: »
this is killing me
WinsomeWorks wrote: »
My question is about images published to FB (on pages OR personal profiles) that are already internally geo-tagged (such as SmartPhone images, which for me are the only internally tagged photos I have at the moment). So far, none of the locations has automatically shown up on FB, although they do show up here on SmugMug. To have them show on FB, I'd have to manually add an address in FB's editing option. So, should they be showing up automatically? It sure would be handy! If not, I wondered if there's any plan to have this happen? Of course, I do not know if it's a FB issue or a SmugMug issue... Thanks for any info.
J Allen wrote: »
I'm getting this screen, how do I connect?
rainforest1155 wrote: »
What browser version and operating system do you use? Make sure your browser is set to accept all cookies.
Are you logged into Facebook already? If not, go to www.facebook.com and try logging in there first before attempting to publish to Facebook again.