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We asked you to tell us what you thought of the new Facebook 'Graph Search' function unveiled today. There has not yet been any positive feedback on the ITV News Facebook page.
Here are some of your views on the new function:
- Barrie Woodward: "Facebook is becoming less user friendly as each day passes. They don't pay any attention to their users and don't value the opinions of their users."
- Paul Mitchinson: "This tool is part of their marketing/reseach to gather information on individuals, it isn't necessarily for the usual user."
- Chris Hayter: "Terrible idea, Facebook sucks. Twitter is better."
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Facebook have uploaded a video explaining how privacy works with Graph Search and how users can manage information shared on the social networking site.
Facebook users can use the Graph Search tool to search for content that has been shared with them.
Search terms can be typed into a blue search bar at the top of each page, for example:
"Friends who live in my city", "people who like things I like", "photos of my family", "countries my friends have visited", "books read by CEOs".
Suggestions will then appears in a drop down menu. The search results can then be refined by using filters.
- It is a new way for people to navigate their connections to people and content on the social networking site.
- With Graph Search, you can search for people, photos, places and interests.
- It is currently available in a "beta" or early version.
- Facebook's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said the search feature is "privacy aware" and users can only search for content that has been shared with them.
Facebook has introduced its Graph Search, which it says is a new way for people to navigate their connections to people and content on the social networking site.
It says the tool will help users instantly find others, learn more about them and make connections, explore photos, and learn about common interests.
The Graph Search tool can be used to search for people, photos, places and interests.
All results are said to be uniquely based on the strength of relationships and connections.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg introduced the new "Graph Search" feature at a press event in California.
He said: "Every piece of content has its own audience; most content is not public; you can only search for content that has been shared with you".
Facebook's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled the social networking site's new "Graph Search" in California.
He said: "This is one of the coolest things we have done in a while".
"Graph Search is the kind of product that we love to build at Facebook - it's a big technology problem and it's also a big social problem".
He went on: "We're not indexing the web. We're indexing our map of the graph - the graph is really big and its constantly changing."
Facebook has announced its new "Graph Search" at its headquarters in San Francisco, California.
Its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said the company's mission "is to make the world more open and connected", Engadget website reports.