Facebook Graph Search beta begins rolling out to users

Facebook Graph Search

We're seeing numerous reports that Facebook has begun enabling Graph Search for users that were among the first to sign up for the beta program last week. The ambitious new feature promises to change the way you find things on the social network by returning results to natural language queries like "restaurants nearby my friends like" and "pictures of my friends and me." Once you accept Facebook's invitation to try Graph Search, the menubar at the top of the site will switch to a new design that places universal search on the left and relocates friend requests, messages, and notifications over to the ride side of the screen. If you're lucky enough to be among the early participants, feel free to discuss your thoughts on the new Facebook below. And for those that haven't gotten around to it yet, it's not too late to join the Graph Search waiting list.

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