Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be hosting a live-streamed Q&A session on November 6, answering the most popular questions asked by users.
The 30-year-old CEO noted the Q&A session with the community is an extended version of the internal sessions he holds every Friday with Facebook's employees. While the event may seem similar to an 'Ask Me Anything' Q&A session on Reddit, it's based on the number of likes a question gets.
Facebook users can submit their questions on a dedicated 'Q&A with Mark' page, and Zuckerberg will be answering as many of the most-liked questions as he can in an hour. The live-stream will be available to view on the same Facebook page, at 2pm PST Thursday (3:30am IST Friday).
"On Thursday, November 6 at 2pm Pacific, I'll be hosting our first public Q&A at Facebook. 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," said Zuckerberg on the Facebook 'Q&A with Mark' page.
More than 3,000 questions have been asked on the Facebook Page since Mark's announcement 8 hours ago. The questions by users cover topics ranging from the inclusion of a 'dislike' button to "Why did you force us to install Facebook Messenger?"
Zuckerberg recently had a Q&A session at Tsinghua University in China. The young billionaire entertained the students at the Beijing university earlier this week with a half hour talk in his recently learned Mandarin Chinese.