Facebook announced a new "Graph Search" feature on Tuesday. Facebook CEO "Mark Zuckerberg" announced a new beta service named Graph Search. He described Facebook as a huge database before mentioning that "as a database, you should be able to query it." This will allow users to surf the Internet through Facebook data features.
Graph Search is a conscious search of privacy, Zuckerberg said. This means that it only searches the content that's been shared with you and that your search results will be different than someone search results will see more, even if you type the exact same.
Initially you can search using the Graph Search between people, photos, places, and interests.
For example, users can search across different friends' timelines without having to visit every individual profile to see if they like a certain place or thing.
Zuckerberg emphasized that Graph Search at this time a beta product, which means it is not quite perfect yet.
In case you were wondering, the Graph Search is also conscious privacy - every part of content has its own public, the majority of content is not public and you can only search the content that was shared with you.
Graph Search is developing slowly, only available to a limited set of U.S. users at first. For more information please visit here: www.facebook.com/about/graphsearch