Mark Zuckerberg will answer your Facebook questions next week by TIME @FortuneMagazine October 31, 2014, 11:16 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com. By Alex Fitzpatrick, TIME Ever wanted to ask Facebook FB CEO Mark Zuckerberg why there’s no “Unlike” button or what’s up with those auto-playing videos in your News Feed? Your chance is coming up: Zuck announced Thursday night that he’ll host a public questions and answers session on Thursday, Nov. 6, starting at 2 p.m. PT: We have a tradition at Facebook, where every Friday we have a Q&A and all employees can 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. I learn a lot from these Q&As, and the questions people ask help us build better services. Now I want to extend this tradition to our whole community. On Thursday, November 6, I’ll host our first community Q&A at Facebook. If you want to ask me a question, go to the Q&A with Markpage below, ask your question as a comment on the post about next week’s Q&A, and vote on other questions people have asked by liking them. The Q&A will be livestreamed on the page and I’ll post some highlights here afterwards. I’ll be answering questions for about an hour, and I’ll try to get through as many as I can. I’m looking forward to hearing your questions and feedback. I think this will help make Facebook better, and I hope you’ll tune in next week. You can ask Zuckerberg your question by submitting it to this event, or you can check out some of the already-posted questions and vote on the ones you’d like answered by “liking” it. His answers will be livestreamed. Here’s a smattering of what’s already been asked: “You haven’t tweeted in a couple of years now. Do you ever login to Twitter TWTR and read tweets? Do you find Twitter to be a useful service?” “Why you forced us to install Facebook messenger?” “Mark Zuckerberg, what beer were you drinking when you created Facebook? This is a MUST know.” The whole event feels a lot like a Reddit “Ask Me Anything,” in which celebrities, musicians, politicians and others take questions from the Reddit community. Zuckerberg has already received more than 4,300 other comments, so you better start posting quick if you want your question answered.