Is Facebook Retesting Graph Search ‘Browse’ Feature?

Browse1We reported in June that some Facebook users were seeing a “browse” option in their favorites menus, that brought them to this URL, https://www.facebook.com/discover-something-new, where they were served up random Graph Search queries, such as “favorite books of my friends,” “videos of favorite TV shows from my friends,” “cover photos by my friends,” and “movies liked by people who have interests similar to mine.” Now the browse test appears to have resurfaced in the sidebar on the left-hand side of the new News Feed design.

Blink Vice President of Planning and Media Eti Suruzon shared the screenshots above and below of random Graph Search results that turned up when she used the browse feature.

Readers: Have you seen the browse option?

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