Facebook adds a “Couple” page if your Facebook status is in a relationship

Facebook couple page

A breaking news today from Facebook that invites all sort of positives and negatives from around the net (mostly negatives though), you can now go to http://www.facebook.com/us to see a special page that Facebook has made/generated for you.

This “us” page shows all of your events, photos, and everything that you and your couple have done or gone through together.

This is not really something new, because at the moment, you can already view your friendship page with another Facebook friend (by adding a “?and=your_friend_username” after your profile URL (or easier, by clicking on the gear icon on your friend’s profile and choose “See Friendship”.

Facebook see friendship

Some people seem to be very disturbed with this facebook.com/us couple page though. I think it’s not that bad, because you are the only one that can see your own facebook.com/us page anyway. Besides, Facebook is just collating the information that you have posted yourself on Facebook.

Facebook Us Couple

Unless if there is a hack perhaps to see other couples? Not that I know of at this stage.

Source: Facebook newsroom

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  • http://www.Mazzastick.com Justin

    Hi Michael,
    Facebook has been implementing a lot of changes lately. I also noticed that my timeline isn’t always updating. Also, I am not a big fan of the new promoted posts feature on my fan page.

    • http://www.cravingtech.com/about/about-me Michael Aulia

      Yeah and I’ve heard/read somewhere that they are going to change the timeline layout again (the way the posts are laid out)

    • http://www.techetron.com Mushfique

      The change from the old layout to timeline was disliked by all and now if there’s another change, facebook will lose its users. But if they can manage to blend the old layout with the new one, I guess people would like it! No more changes! Getting used to something takes time.

  • http://techieblast.com/ Rajkumar Jonnala

    Nice to hear about the couple page in facebook. I like the idea.
    Thanks for sharing it

  • http://www.technreviews.com vicky

    Ha ha it certainly is an innovative move by Facebook and looks nice. Have to try it out. :)

  • http://goo.gl/n05Pg Amy Sinch

    Will it make any difference to relationships? No. Or is it really worth it? Don’t think so.

  • http://billionsuccess.com Herby

    Facebook at it again huh. Just another useless tool if you ask me. :) just playing