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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Contextual Tag in the Photo

Once you've upgraded your Samsung Galaxy SIII to the Android Jelly Bean, then you'll find some new features inside the phone. One of them is contextual tag feature. This features is similar with the face tag to allow you to tag each face in the photo. The difference is the contextual tag not only allow you to tag the face with the name but also allow you to tag the weather, date and location.

See also: How to Disable Face Tag on Samsung Galaxy S3

To make this feature works well, make sure you've enable location services on your phone to allow the phone use the location information, in this case the phone will use the weather and current location information.

How to use contextual tag?
Below are the steps you need to do:
  1. Open the Camera apps.
  2. Tap settings icon, then turn on GPS tag and Contextual filename.
  3. Take the picture, then tap the photo result which will bring you to the Gallery apps.
  4. Tap the image and you'll see the yellow box appear there.
  5. Tap Add name to bring up the contacts, then tap to the desired contact. If you want to skip the step #3 and #4, simply disable face tag feature as you can see in the link above.
  6. Tap the Menu key then select Tag Buddy.
  7. Slide the slider to the right to enable tag buddy
  8. Select from the available options, they are: Weather, Location and Person. Tick the box next the option to add the information to the photo.
  9. Tap the Back key.
  10. The information will be displayed in the photo.

Take the picture is one of the way to keep a memorable moments. But, by adding contextual tag in the photo, of course will make the photo more memorable and will be able to help you to remember the moment more better. So, hope this helps :)


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