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This is the entry page to my Facebook Graph Search wiki. This is a place where all the information on how to search things on Facebook professionally should come together.
How the information is organized
This Github project consists of
- this wiki - info pages about Graph Search and the commands I know so far
- a folder containing challenges, i.e. little search tasks ordered by difficulty
- a folder containing unsolved questions concerning graph search
This is an expanding cache of information. As always with Github, you can download everything, modify it, and push your changes to the repository so I can merge them. Everything is stored in Markdown Language files (file extension .md), text files with simple formatting. You can open them with any text editor like Windows' Notepad, even if it cannot display the formatting. If you have no idea what that means: don't panic, it's extremely simple. A Markdown Language cheat sheet can be found here.
Information on sources and stuff can be found in the README.md file.
Learn about Graph Search
To get into the subject, please read the following chapters:
- What is Facebook Graph Search, anyway?
- The basic grammar of search on Facebook
- Things you can do with it - some basic examples
- FAQ: Why doesn't this work?
This is supposed to work as a lookup table for URL-based graph searches. All information is stored as .md (Markdown) text files in the repository root folder, and linked here.
- Looking for people
- Looking for places
- Looking for posts
- Looking for dates
- Looking for groups
- Looking for events
- Unsolved questions
- List of unsolved challenges
- List of solved challenges