Facebook’s Graph Search Now Available To All U.S. English Users

By Justin Lafferty 

Last month, Facebook announced that they’re rolling out Graph Search to users viewing the site in U.S. English. That process is complete, Facebook announced Wednesday.

Now, regardless if a user has the redesigned News Feed, people who are using the U.S. English version of Facebook should have access to Graph Search, which allows users to search for things connected to their friends and elsewhere around the social network.

Facebook reminded users to check privacy settings in a blog post:

As a reminder, we introduced new privacy controls back in December and announced that we would be retiring the old “who can look up my timeline by name?” setting in the coming months. Now that people have had an opportunity to explore those tools, we are starting to retire this setting for the small percentage of people that use it.

As we continue to work on other improvements to Graph Search, such as searching for posts, comments and mobile, we encourage everyone to use your privacy shortcuts and Activity Log to review and adjust whom you have shared with, including status updates.

Readers: What do you think of Graph Search so far?