Facebook Graph Search Officially Launches On Monday

Facebook Graph Search Launches Out Of Beta

Facebook Graph Search is officially launching for all of the social networks English speaking users.

Graph Search was first announced in January 2013 and allows users to search their Facebook social graph for people, places, interests, photos, videos, and more.

Users taking advantage of Facebook Graph Search can now ask questions such as “which of my friends live in Illinois” and “which of my friends are gay.”

Graph Search uses Facebook user information such as geographical locations, photo tags, and other information to organize data into easily searchable results.

The Facebook Graph search is also integrated with Microsoft’s Bing Search to provide for a more encompassing web search feature.

With the Graph Search platform launching out of beta Facebook is promising a faster, more relevant, better overall search platform.

The Facebook Social Graph is launching today with users who have their Facebook account set to English as the platforms primary language.

Facebook is currently working on the mobile version of the Graph Search platform.

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