Facebook revealed their new Graph Search on Tuesday, the latest way to search for interests on the leading social network.

Facebook Graph Search helps you uncover information within your network of friends. From simple searches such as “Photos of me in Barcelona, Spain” to more complex searches such as “Photos of me before 2000 uploaded by Dave“.

The service is currently in beta testing now with only a handful of people gaining access on Tuesday.

Graph Search will be useful for digging up old photos and visited places, but when it first launches you will not be able to bring up old status updates.

When I am searching for local restaurants, I already have Google Maps and the likes of Trip Advisor for locations and reviews. With Graph Search I will be able to find restaurants my friends have tried and tested. We will soon be able to do the same with holiday recommendations, books, and all the important things once Graph Search comes out of beta mode.