In its recent Graph Search update the social networking giant has quietly dropped web results, which until now were powered by Microsoft's Bing search engine and had been for the last two years.
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Facebook launched Graph Search around a year and a half ago, and it's still not out of beta. The team has been progressively tweaking the algorithm based on user feedback.
Facebook has started the process of making all user profiles visible in search results throughout the website in order to improve the networking and Graph Search based discovery for end users.
Facebook will be launching Graph Search later on today. The smart search service was originally shown off at the beginning of the year but it will now be available for everyone.
Microsoft has revealed more about its newest partnership with Facebook which will have its Bing web search results incorporated with Facebook's internal Graph Search engine.
Facebook has announced a new internal search engine, Graph Search, as part of its press event today, which company CEO Mark Zuckerberg says its one of three "pillars" that support Facebook.