Over the last few day I've noticed a huge number of questions that should be directed to Facebook help all end up closed and usually have the comment:
Welcome to Stack Overflow! This site is for Facebook software developers and programmers only. If you have questions about your account you should go here: facebook.com/help
Or something along those lines. It's pretty clear that we can't really do anything more for the people asking the questions apart from polluting the site with alert/help/confirmation boxes for questions asked with any Facebook Tag.
The other issue for mods I assume is the time spent going around closing all these questions.
Should there be a 'close as facebook help' button or flag, that doesn't require mods to come across and close all these questions. Instead it has some other sort of user intervention to assist in the closure of these types of questions, like if they receive 10+ of these 'close as facebook help' flags, it will automatically be closed.
It may need to become a privilege for users with over 500-1000 rep, or for users with over 250 flag weight to avoid abuse.
What do you think? Also is there any stats on how many of these question on a daily basis in comparison to all closed questions?