I read through some very helpful posts about how to be successful on Meta, though the links seem to have disappeared and I'm not sure how to find them again. Anyway, there's a lot of talk about feature requests that seem to suggest that Meta is the place to request features (once one has become established in the community). This is reinforced by the "Feedback" button at the bottom of the page taking me to Meta.
However, the Stack Exchange language is still very much focused around the idea of asking questions. The topics page is called "Questions" and the button to start a discussion is called "Ask Question."
I don't normally think making a suggestion is necessarily asking a question. So is Meta for more than just asking questions? Or is feedback just generally considered to fall into the "Questions" category?