Can You Change the Date That a Photo Is Added to Facebook?
By C. Taylor
When you upload a photo, Facebook automatically stamps the photo with the date you specified during the upload. If you didn't specify a date, Facebook uses the upload date by default. Because this date may inappropriately represent a photo, Facebook lets you change it to any time before the actual upload date. This feature is important because the date stamp dictates where in your Timeline a photo appears.
Click "Photos" in the left pane of your Facebook account's home page.
Click the photo that you need to edit to open an edit window.
Click the "Edit" button.
Use the date drop-down menus to select a new year, month and day. If you want to specify an hour, click "Add Hour" and select a time.
Click "Done Editing" to assign the new date.
Click the "X" or press "Esc" to exit editing mode.