Facebook Launches ‘Friendship Pages’ Feature That Allows Interaction Any Two Users


by casey on October 28, 2010

Facebook has introduced a new featureFriendship Pages” that is like a virtual scrapbook allowing users to see interactions between themselves and individual friends, or between any two friends.

According to Facebook, the content of the Friendship Pages feature:
They contain the public Wall posts and comments between two friends, photos in which both are tagged, Events they RSVP’d for together and more. You’ll be able to see a friendship page if you are friends with one of the people and have permission to view both people’s profiles.

Friendship Pages feature is now available to use although all users are unable to see it as they are rolling out this incrementally.

As it is Facebook, so we have to see privacy concerns whenever they roll out a new feature. To watch the Friendship Page between two users, you only require to be friends with one of them. We are not sure whether users will like the policy. Let us see how people are going to react as the feature shows its available to the whole Facebook nation.

What if i mark my wall posts marked as private?? would they still allow third party to to see interaction between me and any of my friend??? The question is still to be answered and we are waiting for any official response on this from Facebook.

Facebook engineer, Wayne Kao, is the person behind the  Friendship Pages feature.”One of my favorite Facebook moments is browsing photos from friends in the News Feed after they’ve begun a new relationship, gotten engaged or gotten married,” Kao wrote on his blog. “It gives me a fun and meaningful glimpse of the friendship between two people I know. I realized that a similarly magical experience was possible if all of the photos and posts between two friends were brought together.”

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