If, like me, you have been eagerly awaiting the impending arrival of Facebook Graph Search , you’ll be happy to know that it has now been rolled out to all users in the US. That’s not really handy for those of us not residing in the US, but fear not, this is something that can be sorted quickly and incredibly easily. Keep reading on to find out how.
How to get Graph Search early
Facebook Graph Search has been rolled out to all US users of Facebook, but it has been done in the way that anyone using English (US) as their default language on the site will have access. This means that anyone outside of the US can simply change their language settings to English (US) and they will begin to see the new toolbar at the top of their dashboard within a few hours. In order to change your default language settings you must do the following :
Login to your Facebook account.
Navigate to the top right corner of your homepage and find the cog (settings) icon.
Choose Account Settings
In here there will be a section for language.
Simply set this to English (US)
That’s it. Now you just have to sit back and wait until the search box at the top of your dashboard goes from this.
To this –
About Bob Gentle
I'm the MD at NEC. I work with clients on strategy and digital marketing and lead research and development in this quickly evolving area.