This new search feature shouldn't be quite as invasive as Graph Search, but we'd recommend deleting any questionable old
One of the biggest challenges nonprofits have is finding content that will resonate with their community. A little know, but powerful way to curate content is with Facebook Interests lists.
Nothing about the privacy status of any old posting has changed. Status updates and photos tagged for friends only, for friends
Although there are likely to be clear winners and losers with Facebook's graph search, I believe this is the most exciting development in the online dating industry in many years.
If you're a blogger, content-marketer, community-manager, website admin, online writer, site-owner, or online editor, I am sure you've had the experience of your share of Facebook breaking.
If you're irked by the the idea of strangers finding out personal details of your life with a few clicks in a search bar, there are steps you can take to ensure your privacy on Facebook.
If you'd like to start reviewing all of the things you're tagged in, you can set up notifications every time someone tags
After six months making improvements, Facebook users in the United States with their language set to "U.S. English" will be able to dig deeper with the new Facebook Graph Search.
It remains to be seen what relationships or experiences Graph Search will enable, but, at least so far, the information it surfaces seems best suited to helping Facebook users do what they've always done: peer, unseen, into other peoples' lives.
Get ready for your Facebook search bar to start looking a little different. Starting Monday, Facebook will begin rolling