Facebook’s co-founder is upping his social game.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is kicking off the social network’s ‘Community Q&A’ Nov. 6 with a one-hour live-streamed event during which he will answer members’ questions.
“On Thursday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. Pacific, I’ll be hosting our first public Q&A at Facebook,” Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post. “Ask me a question below in the comments, or vote on a question you want me to answer by liking it. I’ll be answering questions for about an hour, and will try to get through as many as I can… I look forward to answering your questions and hope you’ll tune in next week.”
Zuckerberg said the Q&A is a continuation of a tradition held each Friday at Facebook: employees are permitted to “come and ask me questions about anything they want.”
“It’s an important part of Facebook’s culture. People ask thoughtful questions about why our company is going in certain directions, what I think about things happening in the world, and how we can continue improving our services for everyone,” he said. “I learn a lot from these Q&As, and the questions people ask help us build better services.”
The event will be livestreamed on Facebook’s Q&A with Mark page. The social network will also post the video afterward.