Facebook has launched a new feature just for couples-- a page that details your shared posts, events and photos you're both tagged in.
While some are calling this new tool "creepy," it's not a new concept. According to CNN, Facebook Friendship Pages have existed for more than two years. They show posts that you and a friend have in common.
"So there likely already was a 'friendship' page between you and the person who you are 'in a relationship' with on the billion-person social network. The main change is that now there is an Internet address -- Facebook.com/us -- that redirects to your relationship," CNN reports.
While logged into your Facebook account, those who are listed as "in a relationship" with someone can visit Facebook.com/us to see your couples page.
The KVUE Insider's Facebook users had a lot to say about the new couples pages.
Becky Asberry Martin said the pages are "intrusive" while Pam Baty said simply, "gross."
Another user said she's "divorcing" her husband on Facebook so she won't have a couples page with him. "We share everything down to a damn cold. The last thing I want to share is MY Facebook page," Christina Beebe Gomez said.
Others used the term "dislike" to describe their feelings for the couples pages, which ironically, a user can not "like." The pages were created without an opt-in option, and it seems, no notification of their presence.
Another issue frustrating some Facebook users is that the couples pages can not be deleted.
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