How to sign up for Facebook's Graph Search beta

Facebook is slowly rolling out its beta version of Graph Search, a new, smarter way to search within your social network. Here's how to sign up.

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Starting today, Facebook will slowly roll out its beta version of Graph Search, a new, smarter way to search within your social network.

Search has been available on Facebook for some time, but the introduced tool is much more than just a search bar. Its efficacy has yet to be tested, but Facebook promises that its search trumps other options like Google, allowing you to perform more complex searches like, "friends in New York who like Macklemore."

For the complete details on the story, read the official CNET take.

Graph Search launches today in "limited beta." As soon as we get our hands on it, we'll give you the full how-to, but until then, you can sign up for Graph Search here. Just click "Join Waiting List" at the bottom of the page. Presumably, it's first come, first served, so sign yourself up right now.

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