Facebook today announced that its Graph Search feature will roll-out to all US-based users over the next few weeks, initially announced as a beta back in January, the service allows users to browse and search relevant people, photos and connections.

As well as searching Bing results of course.

Facebook has said that they have already received feedback from “tens of millions of people”, allowing them to refine the service even more, and rollout new improvements to make the service faster, with more relevant results.

Improvements they say “is just the beginning,” and are “currently working on making it easier for people to search and discover topics, including posts and comments. We’re also working on getting mobile Graph Search ready.”

If you reside within the US, you should start seeing the new search box soon.

Source: Facebook Newsroom

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