Facebook Will Begin Making Graph Search Public On Monday

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the product as completely different from Web search: “Web search is designed to take any open-ended query and give you links that might have answers. Graph Search is designed to take a precise query and give you an answer, rather than links that might provide an answer”. And I think you should read this article.

TechCrunch

Use Facebook in American English and aren’t one of Graph Search’s beta users already? Then you can expect to get the tool in a rollout that will begin on Monday and take place over the next few weeks.

The company told ABC News that “several hundreds of millions of people” will get access to Graph Search this week, after six months of user testing.

Graph Search’s beta version launched in January. At that time, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the product as completely different from Web search: “Web search is designed to take any open-ended query and give you links that might have answers. Graph Search is designed to take a precise query and give you an answer, rather than links that might provide an answer,” he said.

Examples of searches Facebook gave during its launch event included “friends who like Star Wars and Harry Potter” and “photos of…

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