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According to Facebook Questions FAQ: "In order to maintain a high quality of answers for questions asked, your ability to comment on other people's answers depends on how close you are to the question asker or answerer, the rating of your previous answers, and whether you originally posed the question." Hope this helps!
Make sure you're using Facebook as the page (click the down-pointing triangle in the top right-hand corner & select the page). Scroll down to the page's publisher. Select Ask Question - voilà! Update for Timeline. Pages that have Timeline enable (as of March-April 2012 - all pages) require a bit more work. Scroll down to the publisher, click on Event, ...
If you append site:facebook.com to your search query the it will restrict the search to Facebook. So appending site:www.facebook.com/questions (with or without the "www") will restrict the search still further to the "questions". I know this works for Google and Bing, so I expect it will work for most (if not all) other search engines.
It's interesting how they introduced the Unvote option (it was NOT existing when I posted the question). Go to https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity?privacy_source=activity_log&log_filter=cluster_105 (replace <yourusername> with your username) and click the buttons like in the following screenshot: The Unvote option will ...
Head over to your "activity log" in your profile page, considering your language is English US look on the right panel which has filters, and you can find at the bottom of the list "apps" just click the word above it "more" and the list will update with more filter options. Head over to the bottom of the list and choose "Questions" Now for questions with ...
This is in fact now the default when you click on the question tab.
I don't think you can do this using an official Facebook method. You would have to use a third party application. If you use Firefox then FeedFilter will filter out Events from your News Feed.
There is no method to do this currently. Facebook has it's own sorting mechanism that occurs once answers are accepted. The only method to achieve what I wanted is to pre-plan the list, then initially enter it in the desired order.
Facebook do not currently allow search engines to index any questions or answers of their Questions product; thus, there is no way to search for questions. There is also no way to search for questions through any of Facebook's interfaces (mobile, web etc.) Facebook have designed Questions so that each question will become discoverable to people when they ...
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