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Facebook is Launching “Did You Know” Social Questionnaire: Know About The Experiment

Know more about Facebook’s all new “Did You Know” initiative

Social Media published date 6th December, 2017 Akash Singh Chauhan

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Facebook is all set to launch a new “Did You Know” social questionnaire to get more information about the users. The feature known as “Did You Know” Initiative will be rolled out for mobile and the web users alike to know users’ preferences by asking a few questions. The users can answer a set of questionnaire to clue friends about their interests, dreams, aim, goals and the inspirations.

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Owing to the fact that the popularity of tbh is fading among users, the social networking giant has thus started a similar venture. A few months ago, tbh proved to be so much engaging for users but in the due course of time, its popularity faded. It is interesting to know that the recently introduced feature is Facebook's attempt to revamp the tbh, that Facebook acquired in October. And, this recent initiative seems to be Facebook’s move to add more to its already explored engaging platform.

The social media users now like sharing articles and videos more than anything else on the network, this is an opportunity for the users to share more information about themselves as a very new trend. In recent times Facebook has taken a number of initiatives to get more information about users but all of its initiatives have gone in vain. Thus, to regain the popularity, the social networking giant has introduced this all-new social experiment.

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This social experiment is a step forward from social media giant to engage more and more users on its channel. This initiative will bring more visibility to not only the user's profile but also to the social media platform itself. There are customized color backgrounds that FB has already pushed with its statuses settings.

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The recent initiative looks like Facebook’s endeavor to begin something innovative that would lead to more sophisticated advertiser profile in the times to come. The set of the questionnaire will have the questions related to:

  • The superpower I want most is…

  • The first thing I’d do after winning the lottery is…

  • A guilty pleasure that I’m willing to admit to is…

  • Mondays make me feel like...

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It’s obvious why Facebook is so much concerned about enriching its relationship with users through such initiatives. But, the giant’s move gets successful or not will only be found out after a few months. Till then the users can happily ask and comment on the questions that they would ask with one another to help the giant’s initiatives to make it a successful one.

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Akash Singh Chauhan

Akash Singh Chauhan

Akash Singh Chauhan is a senior writer at MobileAppDaily and he mainly covers all the latest happenings and tweaks in mobile app technology. Being an Engineering graduate he is always compelled to the technology and tries to discover new trends in the tech world. Along with any tech news he also never misses a single episode of ‘Dragon Ball’.

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