Mark Zuckerberg will host his first Facebook Live Q&A on 14 June
Mark Zuckerberg did his first Q&A session on Facebook in the year 2014. It was a session that would release pre-arranged responses to questions. This will be the first time he uses his newly introduced Facebook Live platform to interact with users and answer their questions. Zuckerberg took to Facebook to make the announcement with a simple video containing text on a black background, encouraging users to ask their questions in the comments section of the video.
The session begins on June 14 at 11:30 AM Pacific Time. Zuckerberg has started taking questions today and the questions that receive the maximum amount of likes will be answered next week. Another difference between the Q&A session that’s going to take place and the ones that have happened in the past is that Facebook Live allows people to post comments during ongoing streams. These comments will be visible to Zuckerberg himself, allowing him to interact with his users better.
Earlier this month, Zuckerberg used the Facebook Live option to chat with NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff Williams along with the ESA’s (European Space Agency’s) Tim Peake, all of whom were working on board at the International Space Station.Read more ↓
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