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Mark Zuckerberg took time out of his busy schedule yesterday to answer some pressing questions from the public. While none of the answers are particularly surprising, it was nice to hear the young CEO directly address the concerns of its users. High on the list of people's gripes was the decision to break out Messenger as its own app. While Facebook has addressed this issue before, it was still nice to hear Mr. Zuckerberg talk about it directly. He and Facebook still believe that the Messenger app provides a much better experience and that making it a standalone product was the right decision. Though he admitted that perhaps the transition could have gone better. If you're interested, you can watch the entire hour-long Q&A after the break.

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