Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduce Facebook graph search and speaks about it at Facebook headquarters in Menlo park on Tuesday 15th of January. According to him this new feature which is Facebook graph search lets users to search hotels,stations,play grounds and all facilities which are near them or at any place also let users to see their friends activity where they visit which photos they like and also which placed they live and explore Facebook in new way although Mark Zuckerberg emphasis that Facebook Graph search is different from other search engines and some thing new. Some senior analyst say's objectives of Graph search may in result of people to use Google less and stay on Facebook for longer time because Facebook and Google are rivals and competing for 1st Rank.
This Facebook graph search lets user to find people who have same interests , for example you going to take admission in music academy so by using this connect with the peoples having interest in music and attending music academy and share their knowledge.Facebook graph search have many features in it and one of them it do discover restaurants,hospitals,clubs,offices near you.
This new Search have limitless features and tricky also to use and it is up to peoples now how they use them. we show some of features of this New Facebook Graph search.
How Facebook Graph Search Work:
Using this Beta Search you can view the results related to your friends just type My Friends many suggestions will be shown to you related to your Friends. For example your friends who live in London , who like Football and who attend Harvard etc.
Facebook Graph search now allow you to view all Pictures of your friends and explore them in new way also this beta search allow you to sort out these pictures for example Pictures of particular friend or particular place.
Facebook starting this limited Beta program for audiences of United States first. But if you would like to be among the first to try it when it's available in your area. Follow link at End to join waiting list and Try Facebook Graph Search.