Is there a way to disable the "share" option of your posts on Facebook?
Unfortunately, no. The only way to prevent anyone from sharing your photos on Facebook is to change the photo's privacy setting to "Only me." However, you can prevent others from sharing your posts with their Facebook stories. Here's how to do it:
Navigate to the settings menu.
Under the "Privacy" section, click on "Timeline and tagging."
In the "Timeline" menu, you'll find an option that says, "Allow others to share your posts to their story?"
Click on the drop-down menu.
Click "Close," then "Save."
How do you see who shared your photos/posts on Facebook?
There are two ways to check who shared your posts on Facebook. The easiest way is to simply view your notifications through the alarm bell icon.
You can also check the original post from your timeline. Just below your post, look for the "share" feature. Everyone who shared your post will appear under this section.
How do you turn off facial recognition on Facebook?
Facebook's facial recognition feature can be a bit unnerving sometimes. If you're not too keen on Facebook's automatic tag feature, here's how to turn it off:
Click on the down arrow icon in the top-right corner of your Facebook page. Then, select “Settings & Privacy” from the drop-down menu. Choose "Settings," then "Face recognition."
Change the setting from "Yes" to "No" under the "Do you want Facebook to be able to recognize you in photos and videos?" option. Save your preference by pressing "Close."