Facebook Graph Search Fully Rolled Out To All US English Users

It’s official. If you are based in the United States and use the English language version of Facebook, you now have access to the Graph Search product. Announced back in January, Graph Search has taken a good bit of time to fully roll out, with many changes cropping up along the way. As Matt McGee mentioned last […]

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facebook-graph-search-200It’s official. If you are based in the United States and use the English language version of Facebook, you now have access to the Graph Search product.

Announced back in January, Graph Search has taken a good bit of time to fully roll out, with many changes cropping up along the way. As Matt McGee mentioned last month, the biggest improvements with the new Graph Search product vs. the initial product are:

  • Speed
  • Understanding queries
  • Better results
  • Easier interface to see and use

For more information about Graph Search see the official Facebook page, or our look at all the changes within Graph Search since launch.


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