Here’s the Deal with Facebook’s New Search Bar


The Facebook search bar is about to look a lot different, with the rollout of Graph Search starting this week.

Graph Search allows you to look up information about your friends and other Facebook users in powerful new ways. Although Facebook announced the feature back in January, up until now it was only available in a limited preview. Over the next few weeks, Graph Search will roll out to all U.S. users.

A few examples of useful Graph Search queries:

  • Photos of my college friends
  • Restaurants in New York, New York that my friends like
  • People who went to my high school in 2000

You don’t even have to phrase your questions in any particular way. Just type what you’re looking for, and Graph Search will attempt to figure out what you meant based on the keywords in the search. (Not every query is guaranteed to yield results. When…

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