Posted March 24, 2018 11:50:40 Facebook has updated its messaging app for iPhone and Android to include an “Ask Me Anything” section for users to ask questions about its services.
Facebook users can ask questions for up to two minutes and can answer the questions using the app.
Users can also share their questions with the hashtag #AskMeAndYou can also ask the company to make its services available to others through its app.
A new section on the app, called “Ask me anything”, lets users ask questions on topics such as “What’s the best way to get my app to show up in the news?”, and “What will you do with my data after I die?”
There is also a section for those who are interested in being “followed” by Facebook.
The feature allows users to choose to follow a specific user or not, and to have their profile picture and profile picture background changed to a photo of them.
The “Ask” section allows users “to share a photo and/or voice conversation with Facebook” in a manner that “helps them discover what their friends are talking about”, according to Facebook.
Users are also able to ask about Facebook’s privacy policies and how they can make use of the company’s services.
The company said in a blog post that it’s committed to improving the way its products work with people.
“We’re always looking to improve, and today we’re updating the Facebook Messenger app to make it even better for you,” it said.
The app is now available in the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, New Zealand and Latin America.
Users in the UK can also now request to be added to the “AskMe and other” section of the app for a chance to ask the social network questions, and will get a message if they reply to their request.
Users from Australia can ask Facebook questions, but they will only receive a message once the request has been approved.