Every time you log-in to Facebook it seems like there's a new feature. That idea is true again. Earlier this week the social media giant rolled out a new search function which will tailor your searches towards you.
It's called Graph Search and it's a new way to sort through information on Facebook. The company launched a beta version of the feature in January.
The cool thing is, is that it's personalized for you. If you search "Friends who like singing" your results would be completely different than mine. Unlike if two different people searched the same phrase on Google or Bing.
Facebook says it doesn't plan to replace traditional search engines with this feature. The idea is simply to make things easier to find on it's site.
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