What is ASKfm?
ASKfm is a social media service based on asking and answering questions, in which posts can be anonymous. Once you create a profile, you can post questions for other members to answer and comment on questions asked by other members. You can also create photo polls, by uploading two images and asking members to choose their favourite, or perform a ‘shoutout’, where your question is targeted to those located nearby. Participating on the ASKfm platform is incentivised via leaderboards and earning ASK coins, which can be exchanged for benefits such as premium backgrounds for your posts.
As a member you can follow other members and locate members you are connected with on other social media services including Facebook and Twitter.
How do people use ASKfm?
Lean more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use anonymous feedback services like ASKfm.
How can you report content, block someone or disable anonymous posts?
- Report an abusive image or post to AskFM
How to report abusive profiles, images or posts to ASKfm or request the removal of content.
- Block someone
To stop someone from interacting with you on ASKfm, go to their profile page and press the three dots, then select block.
- How to disable anonymous posts
What to do if you don’t want to receive anonymous posts on ASKfm.
How can you protect your personal information?
- Privacy settings
Learn which information is private when you use ASKfm.
- Profile information
Your ASKfm profiles can be viewed by anyone, including non-members, and even people you have blocked.
- What can people see on my profile?
Learn what information is made available on your ASKfm profile.
- Control information shared by Facebook with ASKfm
To use ASKfm, you can log in with a Facebook account. Adjust your Facebook settings to control what information is shared with ASKfm.
- Control ASKfm login with Instagram
To use ASKfm, you can log in with an Instagram account. Learn how to revoke this access in Instagram.
Key safety links
- Safety Centre
A range of safety information aimed at teenagers, parents and law enforcement. The resources cover using ASKfm, and online etiquette generally, including information on bullying.
- Help Centre
Offers a range of general help, safety and security information, and FAQs about using ASKfm.
The terms you agree to when you use ASKfm.
This policy explains how your information is collected, stored and used by ASKfm.