Facebook “Ask a Question” Polling Feature Gone

Written by | Date Updated: September 25, 2013

One of the great social engagement features for Facebook business pages was “Ask a Question”. It’s now gone. I would do a Facebook poll on what you think of this, but I can’t! However, we can do our own Ask a Question Poll right here, right now.

How Do You Feel About Facebook Removing the Ask a Question Feature?

Take our poll below and share it on all of your social media outlets to let Facebook know what you think. They will only listen if you make your voice heard!

What do you think about Facebook removing the "Ask a Question" Feature?

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Facebook “Ask A Question” Feature Removed: Links Of Interest

Sometimes, it’s helpful to know that you are not alone in your frustration. So, for more information on this social media travesty, here are some valuable links where people share your pain:

Richard Cummings

Director of SEO, Social Media, and Web Content Development at The SEO System
Richard Cummings has been practicing online marketing for many years and has setup and optimized hundreds of WordPress sites.He founded The SEO System to provide SEO, social media, and online marketing services and software to businesses.
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Comments 4

  1. Mariann Eiren

    Get the question poll back on the page! Annoying with all these changes all the time, and I also think that the page needs a “facelift”.. instead of looking like the first version of timeline on FB.

  2. Susan Tarek

    We are really tired of all this changing in Face Book , whebn get use to something we find you remove it . please respect us

  3. Mary H

    I maintain the corporate Facebook for a small Housing Association in Scotland. The Facebook questions feature has been used as part of our Tenant Participation Strategy to involve more tenants in decision making processes, and to promote digital inclusion to our service users. To have it suddenly removed is extremely disappointing. One of the reasons I was able to get permission to start up a corporate Facebook in the first place was the ability to post quick on-line surveys.

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