Facebook Questions Officially Launches

World's largest social network Facebook on July 28th officially launched Facebook Questions which will allow users to get answers to their queries from their connections and the entire Facebook community. We blogged about it two months ago when the company had asked users to try the beta.

Facebook rolls out this new feature on Wednesday, although it isn't available yet for all regions at this point in time.

This is what Facebook, through its director of product management Blake Ross, announced from its official blog:
Today we're introducing Facebook Questions, a beta product that lets you pose questions like these to the Facebook community. With this new application, you can get a broader set of answers and learn valuable information from people knowledgeable on a range of topics.

To ask a question to the community, just click the "Ask Question" button at the top of the homepage. You can also ask questions about your friends from their profiles, similarly to how you would post on their Walls.
In this photo from Mashable.com, however, the Questions link resides at the left panel, just below the top links. There's probably variation between users depending on location.

Facebook Questions
Photo courtesy of Mashable.com

Facebook members who were able to use it early said that the new feature comes with a couple of options: uploading a photo or adding a poll.

We hope Facebook will let its users from the Philippines experience Facebook Questions sooner.