Find more of what you’re looking for through your friends and connections. This is what graph search is all about. It is always a great way of finding out what your friends like, such as restaurants in your city, great vacation spots, or simply find that image you like a few months back. Lets say you go on a vacation in Florida, you want to find out who lives there that are on your friends list… so you search “Find friends who live in Florida.” Lets say you are looking for a great place to eat while you are there without the need to call or text them one-by-one. Just search for “Restaurants in Florida my friends like” and the results will show you restaurants that your friends follow or recommend. A situation that I constantly get into is trying to find a particular photo that a friend of mine recently posted, graph search now makes it a whole lot easier.
With graph search you can look up anything shared with you on Facebook, and others can find stuff you’ve shared with them. Each person sees unique results. With this type of searching, it makes it easier to find images that you liked, recommendations, and places that you and your friends share. People will say that privacy issues will arrise. It will all depend on how good graph search is done once it is launched. I would hate the idea that my photos that I share only with my friends finds its way to a person searching for it and he/she is not even a friend. Make sure that what you share on your timeline and album are strictly for friends only.
Graph Search is available now in a very limited beta program for English (US) audiences. You can sign up and be a part of the graph search beta.