If you wanted to see more of your Facebook friends' photos, say while searching online, Microsoft has you covered: The company announced Thursday that it had expanded the capabilities of its new social search features to include the ability to type in a search query -- say, "Hawaii," and see all of your Facebook friends' photos taken on their Hawaiian vaction off to the side of the screen.
The Facebook photo album results only show up if a user signs into Bing with their Facebook account, and they only show one user's Facebook friends, not all of the public Facebook photos.
Here's a screenshot of the feature Microsoft provided on its Bing blog:
Arguably even more significantly, Bing now has a whole separate page that allows users to search only through their friends' Facebook photos (no other sources online). See a screenshot of that from the article author's Facebook page below:
Microsoft owns a 1.6 percent stake in Facebook as a result of a corporate investment made in 2007.