Like It Or Unlike It, Facebook Brings Timeline-Styled Friendship Pages [Updates]

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Is it possible to get any closer to your friends on Facebook? The social network thinks so, as it has gone in for a major redesign of its Friendship page. Friendship pages have existed for quite some time; though you may not have used them that much. You can access it by going to a friend’s profile page and clicking the gear icon to reveal the link that says See Friendship.

The Friendship page is devoted to what all has transpired between you and your friend, chronologically detailed with posts, photos, and comments through the times you have known each other. In the latest change, Facebook has just given it the Timeline treatment. That means more prominent photos, also more details front and center. Then, if you have listed someone as being in a relationship with, you can see all the updates on a new page called Facebook.com/Us.

It is a collection of interactions – Timeline style – with the person you are or have been in a relationship with. The good news is that just like on the Timeline, you can edit the page and remove (hide) the ‘embarrassing’ entries that you don’t want to showcase.

You may not see the changes yet, because the rollout is gradual. You can keep checking through the same route as explained above.

Source: Facebook Newsroom

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