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Facebook Is Testing A New Tool To Improve The Experience When Relationships End

Facebook is testing a new tool, which can be used by someone when their relationship is over. This tool can be find on Facebook mobile app. When you change your relationship status on Facebook mobile app, you will be prompted to try these tools. This tool will help  people manage how they interact with their former partners on Facebook after a relationship has ended. The features available on this tool are:

  • See less of a former partner’s name and profile picture around Facebook without having to unfriend or block them.
  • Their posts won’t show up in News Feed and their name won’t be suggested when people write a new message or tag friends in photos.
  • Limit the photos, videos or status updates that a former partner will see.
  • Edit who can see their past posts with a former partner and untag themselves from posts with that person.

Facebook hopes that with this tool people can be more comfortable in the Facebook world when their relationship with someone has ended, without the need to deactivated account. This tool can start to be tried by Facebook users in the U.S and they are waiting for the feedback from the users.

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