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Facebook Launches ‘Couples’ Pages So Users Can Chart Their Relationship

Facebook Launches ‘Couples’ Pages So Users Can Chart Their Relationship
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The social network has created an ‘us’ page that combines couples' photos, posts, and the events they've shared.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 november 2012

You’re in love and you want the world to know, now Facebook has created an ‘us’ page that lets you chronicle your relationship. The page combines every post, picture, and event that you have shared with your partner. It also includes your shared ‘likes’ and mutual friends. If you’re listed as “in a relationship” with someone, you simply need to visit facebook.com/us to view the page.

Facebook has also introduced a similar page layout for friends, letting you click the gear menu at the top of their timeline to see the friendship page you share with that person, including the posts, photos, and events you’ve attended together.

Facebook Launches ‘Couples’ Pages, Let You Chart Your Relationship

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