Now that Graph Search has finally rolled out to the entire Facebook world, the newest covetable feature has been bestowed onto a small subset of users. Starting today, Facebook is rolling out Graph Search for posts.


Users who find themselves with this new ability will be able to search for status updates, photo captions, check-ins, and comments. In the search bar, you'll have to type in something along the lines of "posts about [insert object of your desire here]" or "posts written at [insert location here]." And wham, there you go.

Naturally, this is probably going to cause some concern among Facebook's users, as happens with most changes. But as always, you'll only be able to search through posts that have been shared with you—which includes public posts by non-friends. So since this feature is still only available to a small group, now might be a good time to go back through the annals of Facebook yesteryear and make sure you're not sharing anything you don't want seen—before it's too late. [Facebook]


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