June 9: Believe it or not, but the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberberg has himself never used the Live tool of the social networking website. But that is set to change as the 32-year-old billionaire will be hosting a Q&A using the tool, on June 14. The session will take place at 11.30 am Pacific Standard Time, which means 12.00 am (IST) for Zuckerberg’s fans here in the Indian subcontinent. The tool, which was introduced by the website last year, has become hugely popular amongst users ever since, with a lot of media houses as well as public figures connecting with their fanbase and followers through the tool. Also Read - US Elections 2020: Mark Zuckerberg Warns of 'Civil Unrest' if Results Take Too Long, Says Nation Divided

Zuckerberg announced the session in a post on his Facebook page. He said, ” When I travel around the world, I like to hold Townhall Q&As with people in different countries. We’ve even held a few at Facebook HQ. Now with Live I can hear from more of our community at once and it’s a lot more interactive.” The entrepreneur said that he is open to taking questions pertaining to any and every subject that the users might be interested in posing him. “We can cover all the big areas you’re interested in — connecting the world, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, live video, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and more”, Zuckerberg’s post read. ALSO READ: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter, Pinterest accounts hacked! Hackers make password public Also Read - 'Who The Hell Are You?', US Lawmakers Scold Twitter, Facebook & Google CEOs During Senate Hearing

He ended the post by inviting questions in the comments and asked users to also ‘Like’ the questions which they would like to be answered by him. “Leave your questions in the comments below and vote on the ones you want me to answer by liking them. We’ll go through as many as we have time for next week!”, he said. People have already started posting their queries in the comments. Have you posted your question yet? Also Read - Facebook Launches Free-to-play Cloud Gaming Feature For Android, Web Users | Details Here