Mark Zuckerberg hosts public Q&A session at Facebook headquarters

Mark Zuckerberg hosts public Q&A session at Facebook headquarters

During the course of an hour-long question-and-answer session hosted at Facebook's Menlo Park, California, headquarters on Thursday, the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to questions asked by a group of users who were invited for the Q&A session.

Zuckerberg also answered some questions posted online by Facebook users, and also questions from local community members and guests. The questions to which Zuckerberg responded during the Q&A session covered a fairly wide range of topics.

Some of the questions which were posed to Zuckerberg included questions like whether Facebook is losing its charm or becoming monotonous; whether the growing number of photos uploaded to the social network is putting a drag on its infrastructure; why Facebook requires mobile users to download its Messenger app; and a horde of other questions.

In fact, one of the users asked Zuckerberg why he always seems to wear the same T-shirts and hoodies. Zuckerberg replied that rather than wasting time and energy on deciding what to wear, he prefers to spend as much time as possible on more important things, like how to build products.

The Q&A session hosted by Zuckerberg was the first community town hall by Facebook, which holds similar town-hall sessions internally every week. Zuckerberg said that the key objective behind hosting the session was to get feedback from Facebook users.

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