Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Facebook Introduces Graph Search For Cool Sharing And Expanded Search
Facebook, today, has introduced a brand new feature on its site which the company calls Graph Search. Let's take a quick peek at Facebook's newest and latest feature Facebook Graph Search, shall we?
Facebook Graph Search helps you find people, places and things -- and explore Facebook in a whole new way, according to the company. Your privacy choices determine what's searchable. With Graph Search, you can look up anything shared with you on Facebook, and others can find stuff you've shared with them, including content set to Public. That means different people see different results, including:
Places - Discover things like restaurants and music through your friends and connections. Photos - You can find photos you and your friends have posted or been tagged in. Others will see any photos they can see on Facebook, including photos hidden from timeline. People - You can find people based on things they've shared with you, including their interests and profile info. You'll see results for friends who share their city with you, people whose city is set to Public, and suggested results based on info shared with you.
The new Facebook Graph Search is now in beta and will be available first in the United States. If you'd like to be among the first to try it when it's available in your area, you are welcome to join the Facebook waiting list.