UKFlagKeyboardFacebook is bringing its Graph Search across the pond, as The Telegraph reported that the social network will begin rolling the feature out in the U.K.

Graph Search was introduced to select users in beta in January, and the feature’s rollout to all U.S. English users began in July and was completed in August.

The ability to search posts, status updates, photo captions, check-ins, and comments was added at the end of September.

The U.K. rollout will be gradual, as well, Facebook told The Telegraph, with a spokesperson sharing similar advice to what the social network told U.S. users earlier this year:

We recommend using the Activity Log to see what you’re sharing and, if you’re not happy with it, change it. For example, you could remove the tag of your name, delete it, or ask the person who posted it to remove it. Or if you find you’ve shared something publicly, you can change this at a later date so that only friends can see it — or even “only me.”

According to The Telegraph, Graph Search for the U.K was developed at Facebook’s London engineering office.

Readers: What country or language will be the next to get Graph Search?

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