Ask.fm is a social network that puts a twist on services like Facebook, Twitter or Google+, as it focuses exclusively on questions and answers that are sent and commented on by its users.
On Ask.fm, as on other social networks, you create a user account and set up a list of friends you can send questions to. They'll answer them and will send you questions. The questions can revolve around any topic, from generic to particular or personal. The possibilities are infinite.
Ask me whatever you want
The purpose of Ask.fm is to satisfy your curiosity by giving you the opportunity to ask your friends about anything. They'll be able to do the same, and you'll even have the chance to search for other users and view their profiles, seeing their lists of questions and answers as well.
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However, the most recent versions of Ask.fm continue to display the option to create anonymous questions, even though it's impossible to select that option. There's also no search function for looking up questions.
Halfway between Facebook and Twitter
Ask.fm boasts a similar structure to that of other more popular social networks. On the one hand, it focuses on contacts or friends like Facebook, and on the other, when you respond to or create questions, you have access to a menu that is very Twitter-like.
For the curious
If you want to get to know your friends a little more, Ask.fm is a good way to do it, with public questions and answers that you can share among your friends. Additionally, it can be used to meet other people.
However, it is not possible to find questions from users you don't know, which means creating personal questions instead of queries like those on Quora.