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Facebook Unveils An Insanely Cool New Feature: Graph Search

Facebook Unveils An Insanely Cool New Feature: Graph Search
Timothius Martin
  • On January 15, 2013

If you are an active user on Facebook, then you’d most likely know that its ‘search feature’ is extremely limited, inaccurate, and frustrating. Well, as of today, you might start to sing praises to it.

Speaking today at a press event in California, Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, introduces the site’s new and far smarter search engine called Graph Search, which potentially be the company’s greatest leap forward since they decided to drop the word “The” from it’s name.

So what can this Facebook Graph Search do?

It’s Smart and Insanely Cool!

Facebook’s Graph Search gives users the ability to ask complex and sophisticated questions or requests regarding their social network, such as: “Find my friends who live in London”, “Friends who like sushi and live nearby”, “Bands my friends listen to”, “Find Friends who work in my company who have liked South Park”, etc. The smart search engine also automatically rank your friends based on the interaction frequency, so that ‘closest’ friends appear higher up on the results. Isn’t that awesome!?

To make it even more jaw-dropping, Graph Search can also be used to track down people you have just met. For example: “People named Jennifer who work at Starbucks and are friends with Timothius Corleone” – Hit enter and Boom it’ll pull data from their galactic database of 1 billion profiles, 24 billion photos and 1 trillion connections to find you that one Jennifer! Yes it’s creepy, but FAWESOME!

The beta version of Facebook Graph Search will be available in limited locations starting today, and will roll out to more countries in upcoming weeks.

See it in action in the video below!


  1. i know that every time Facebook developed some innovative features and this one is great to see it.this will very helpful but recently i didn’t used it.

    • Digisquash Team

      Perhaps this one is not just another Facebook wave. The idea behind it is great and hopefully it works as smart as advertised.

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