Online Social networks empower users to collaborate with other users through complex interfaces. They enable users to take on various behaviors to achieve an objective or goal together. However, with the rise of smart devices and their small view ports these interfaces have been restricted. This results in the user having to wait until they have access to a desktop version before they can interact with these complex interfaces again. This paper presents a framework for classifying collaborative behavior in the form of Behavioral Stereotypes. In addition it presents initial results of a implementation of the framework in a collaborative mobile application to demonstrate its ability to help understand user behavior and how it changes from social ties users establish.