It appears Q&A with Mark may become a monthly occurrence.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apparently enjoyed the Nov. 6 session so much, he has already scheduled the second for Dec. 11.
During the one-hour live-streamed event, he will again answer questions from both audience members and those on the social network.
“We’ve got a limited amount of free tickets for the next public Q&A with Mark at Facebook in Menlo Park, California on Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. PT,” reads a post on the Q&A with Mark Facebook page. “If you’ll be in the Bay Area and would like a chance to attend this event or future Q&As, please e-mail us at email@example.com and include your full name and where you live.”
The statement makes it obvious Zuckerberg has plans to host these sessions regularly.
The Facebook CEO, in his first public Q&A, fielded questions on a variety of topics, from why members of the social network were asked to download the separate Messenger app to chat to why he appears to wear the same gray T-shirt every day.
Zuckerberg, in a post on his Facebook page after the first event, said he was asked more than 9,000 questions on the Q&A with Mark page.
“A lot of great questions were submitted that I didn’t have a chance to answer, but I’m really grateful to everyone who asked,” he said. “I’m excited to do more of these Townhall Q&As in the future.”
Those who missed the first session can watch the one-hour live-streamed event here.