This page tries to be a simple interface to show how the current Facebook search function works, after Graph search was closed.
Although still experimental and in development, it is published in the hope it can be useful to overcome the void left by the old graph search.
Any suggestion, issue, bug, proposal, contribution etc. are very welcome; please open an issue on the project's github page.
The tool is made by and it is completely free and open, as knowledge should be.
The initial work of understanding how the new search function works was done by D Nemec and Henk Van Ess and summarized here.
For some searches, using a keyword is necessary. If you don't want to filter via keyword, try to leave this field blank at first. If you get no results, you can also try to add more "neutral" filters (i.e.: sort by chronological order). If it still doesn't work, try to put the name of the entity you are filtering for as a keyword. For example, if you are looking for people living in London, just use "london" as a keyword.
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- 20/11/09: Small fix for new interface
- 20/01/03: Small updates
- 19/08/01: SearchBook stops working because of Facebook changes
- 19/06/17: SearchBook extension supports videos and photos search
- 19/06/17: Searchbook extension
- 10/06/12: Search for events
This is simply an html page that shows how the new Facebook search works providing a way to form search links.
Make sure to read Facebook Terms of Service.
The authors of this page will not be held responsible for any misuse.