About results from your Facebook friends
When you connect with Facebook, Bing finds friends who might know something about your search. You'll see them in the right column under From friends.
Friends who appear here have lived near the thing or place you’re searching for or have shared likes, photos, posts, or links about it. It may take a day or two for items shared on Facebook to appear.
Not seeing friends you think should be here? Their Facebook privacy settings restrict sharing. For more information about Facebook privacy settings, see Privacy Basics in Facebook Help.
About results from other social networks
Bing also shows tweets or blog posts about the place or thing you’re searching for. You’ll see them under From social networks.
Bing considers people and websites who appear here experts or enthusiasts on the topic you’re searching for. You'll see them even if you haven't connected Bing to Facebook.
See results from Facebook
In the upper-right corner of any Bing page, click Sign in and then click Connect to see social results from friends.
Stop seeing results from Facebook
In the upper-right corner of any Bing page, click your name, and then Sign out.
Show or hide results from Facebook
At the top of the Social Results, click the Show/Hide arrow .
Like or comment on a result from Facebook
You can like or comment on a friend’s post—Bing will take you to Facebook to do this.
Post something you find on Bing
Bing will never post or share anything automatically on Facebook. Only you can post to Facebook from Bing.
At the top of the Social Results, click Post to share something you found on Bing.
In the text box, enter anything you want to say about your search.
To tag friends in your post, click Choose friends to notify, start entering a friend's name, and then click the name of the friend you want to tag. You can tag up to five friends.
To add links to your post, click the button next to the web result. You can add up to five links.
Your post will appear in your Facebook timeline.
Who can see your posts
On Facebook Your Facebook privacy settings determine who can see your posts.
On Bing Your Facebook friends will only see your posts if they have connected Bing with Facebook, have permission to see your posts, and search for a related topic.
Protecting your privacy
To change who can see what you share on Facebook, go to your Facebook privacy settings.
Microsoft is committed to being clear about how we use your data, and to giving you control, enhanced security, and benefit for sharing your data. For more information, see the Bing Privacy Statement.
Some features and functionality described here may not be available in your country or region.