See your Facebook friendships.

02/11/2010 at 19:29 Leave a comment

Facebook has again come up with something new. It might have been there for a while, but I just start noticing it today. I’m talking about the button ‘See friendship’, also known as ‘View you and …’

If you click on one of those, you’ll get to see a page about the Facebook friendship between you and that person. This includes:

– All the wall posts which you posted on the other person’s wall and contrary

– All the comments between you two

– The photos in which both are tagged

– The events you both attented (or said you attented)

– The pages you both ‘like’

– And of course the friends you have in common

Also a little detail: when I view the friendship with my sister, it actually says ‘sisters’. At other friendship pages it just says ‘friends’. And at the friendship page between two lovers, it says ‘In a relationship since…’ This might be useful for the boyfriends (or girlfriends, although…) out there who have trouble remembering that date.

It’s nice to see those things, but not really necessary in my opinion. I do think it’s a bit weird that you can also see the friendship page between two other people, instead of only between you and a friend of yours. I can’t really explain why, but it just feels weird… What do you think?


Entry filed under: English articles, Facebook, Social Media.

Posterous. Akamusic.

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