Twitter’s jelly App to answer users question withun 9mn

Twitter’s jelly App to answer users question withun 9mn
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Twitter’s Jelly App To Answer Users Question Within 9m.

Washington: Mark Zuckerberg reportedly posted his picture-based query on Twitter's new app, after he spotted a spider in his bathroom.
The Facebook CEO posted a picture of the creepy spider on the app along with a query asking about the kind of spider it was and whether it was okay to let it living in his shower.
Twitter’s Jelly App To Answer Users Question Within 9mn
According to ABC News, the Q and A Jelly app has been created by Twitter's co-founder Biz Stone, and requires users to post their questions on the search app with a related picture.

In nine minutes, Zuckerberg's query was answered by Jelly's chief operating officer, Kevin Thau, revealing the type of spider along with a solution to relocate it from the bathroom. Kevin also added a Wikepedia page link about the spider.

Later, Stone tweeted a screen shot of the exchange and heralded it as the first life saved thanks to Jelly.

The Jelly app didn't receive a positive welcome with experts calling it a poor way to compete with search giant Google, while Stone defended his app as one meant for people to help each other.

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