A quick hands-on with Facebook Questions beta

A quick hands-on with Facebook Questions beta

Summary: Facebook Questions has relaunched as a limited public beta. The limited means it is meant to spread through your personal network: when your Facebook friend asks a question, you can start using the service.

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  • Facebook Questions has relaunched as a limited public beta. The limited means it is meant to spread through your personal network: when your Facebook friend asks a question, you can start using the service. The "public" part means that you can bypass that by simply clicking on the green Go to Questions button.

     

    See Emil Protalinski's report, Facebook Questions relaunched as limited public beta.

  • You're in! After you click on the green button, the text under it will change from "We'll be rolling out Questions to everyone soon, but you can upgrade your account now." to "Your account is already enabled for Questions."

Topic: Social Enterprise

Emil Protalinski

About Emil Protalinski

Emil is a freelance journalist writing for CNET and ZDNet. Over the years,
he has covered the tech industry for multiple publications, including Ars
Technica, Neowin, and TechSpot.

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  • PITA

    So you end up with six of your "friends" asking the same question. Just more crap to wade through.
    rag@...
  • RE: A quick hands-on with Facebook Questions beta

    Yawn.
    I tried this; it's yet another take on the online quiz thing. The only positive development is that it's your friends asking the question rather than some random Facebook app, or anonymous poster on quizilla.
    nickswift498