Facebook announces "Graph Search"

Facebook has officially announced its new "Graph Search" feature, a search engine for Facebook that lets users search and access information stored inside the social network. It can help you find new people, places, and things through your friends.

Facebook Graph Search
In his introduction of the new search tool, CEO and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg stated that this project has been in the works for years.

Zuckerberg calls it the 'third pillar' of the Facebook system with the first two being your news feed and Timeline.

Facebook new feature which it says is not a rival for Google’s web search engine but does integrate Bing search.

Zuckerberg explained the difference between Web Search and Graph Search, saying,
"a web search is designed to take any open ended query and give you links that might have answers. Graph search is designed to take a precise query and give you an answer, not give you links that might provide the answer."
 The Facebook Graph service is currently in beta giving access to a few lucky people and hopes to be rolling out soon for everyone else. But if you’d like to try this new Facebook feature when it’s available in your area, join the waiting list at facebook.com/graphsearch.

VIDEO: Introducing Facebook Graph Search

Find more of what you're looking for through your friends and connections.

VIDEO: Mark Zuckerberg Explains Graph Search

Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg Introducing All New Graph Search & He Explains all About this Graph Search

Source || facebook.com/about/graphsearch :: Image: flickr.com, jessicaml_ :: Video: David King, Gagan GiLL


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