Unfortunately it’s impossible to change your username. On the other hand, nothing prevents you from creating a new account with the username you want. You can always delete your old account after creating a new one.
No. There is no ASKfm tracker and there never will be. We take anonymity seriously and guarantee that your identity will remain anonymous after you have asked an anonymous question. Please be aware of other websites, apps or programs that claim they can help you track other users – THEY CAN’T.
If you’re using the web or mobile browser, go to the top of the page and click Friends. You can search by username, name or email address. You can also find them through any social networks you have connected your ASKfm account to. You can do the same in your app.
Facebook and Ask.fm are integrated through the Ask.fm Facebook app and you can login to Ask.fm with your Facebook account. The connection between Ask.fm and Facebook means that questions and answers posted on your Ask.fm profile will be posted on your Facebook profile.
Can the user see if you take a screenshot? Definitely not. We’ll leave that to Snapchat.
There are two types of anonymity on ASKfm – you can ask anonymous questions and you can also receive questions from anonymous users. Each time you ask a question, you can choose to reveal your identity by tapping the Ask Anonymously switch, which changes to Ask Openly.
When you write a question to your friends in the app, you’ll notice “Anonymous” under the question area. You can change these settings by simply tapping the button and it will change to your username.
In 2017, ASKfm reached 215 million registered users and remained the largest Q&A network in the world.
Our ads do not contain viruses or noise that you cannot mute. If you notice an ad that you find inappropriate or annoying, let us know by writing to our support team and sending us a screenshot.
Is Ask.fm safe? The main problem with Ask.fm is the anonymous content and that there is no monitoring by Ask.fm. Because the site allows anonymous, unsupervised content, it is increasingly being used for cyberbullying, sexualized content, and other abuses.