Facebook completes Graph Search roll out for all English-speaking users
Social networking giant Facebook has finally completed the roll out of its new advanced Graph Search tool to all English-speaking users in the United States. The company first started rolling out the feature for English-speaking users around a month ago.
Unveiled in January this year, the Graph Search feature provides users with a new way to mine the massive social network for getting personally relevant information.
In general, the Graph Search feature allows users to make searches for people, places and things on the widely-popular social network.
It has made searchers for personalized results even simpler. If you want to know a hotel that your friend might have liked, you can then simply type "hotels liked by my friends" and the feature will bring the names of all the hotels liked by your friends.
In a similar manner, Facebook users can use the feature to discover movies, music or books liked by their friends.
Facebook didn't sketch out any plans for expanding the Graph Search feature to other language users.