The Graph Mobile consists of 3 basic parts; header, Content, and Menu.
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It functions as a center of information in the form of titles that represent contents instead of only content. On the header, various sub menus are available on each menu.
It is the place where you utilize The Graph features- contents will be changed based on the selected menu.
The Graph has 4 main menus:
1. Timeline / Facebook
It is a mini Facebook application that enables the users to do all activities that they usually do in their Facebook, such as like, comment, share, posting, etc. On this timeline, you can also change other Facebook accounts that have been registered previously, without logging out.
It is a main feature of The Graph application that functions to complete Facebook search. When you open this menu, you will encounter several search option; people, stories, groups, pages, places, apps, and events. If you are about to search people, select People Menu and input the search criteria that you want. After that, click search. (Read: Search di The Graph Mobile)History
This menu functions as a space to save your search history. It is aimed at providing the ease of searching in case you want to repeat the search process that you have done previously; without re-inputting the data.
It is a place where you set The Graph application, such as changing the password of your Social Suite, adding a Facebook account that you want to open on the Timeline, logging out from The Graph application and many more. (Read: Cara Menambahkan Akun Facebook di The Graph Mobile). Besides, you can also check The Graph version that you utilize on the bottom of the menu.
The Graph has several types of input:
On the TextBox input, you can directly entry the text that you want.
On Picker input, you can only select from the available options list, and you can only select one of the options.
Slider input functions to determine the range that works by sliding the point slider available.
On autocomplete input, you have to select results from the available suggestions; you cannot only type without selecting.
On a simple autocomplete, you can directly type the keywords that you are searching on the search bar, and then select the item on the results list.
b. Autocomplete with Browse
It is almost similar to Simple Autocomplete; what makes it different is that you can not only type the keyword but also select from the available options.