What was the first question asked on Quora co-founded by Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever? The first five questions asked on Quora? As most of us know about Quora and many of us have used Quora too, but do you guys know the first question asked on Quora. As we used to ask or post question/answers to Quora. There are some interesting facts about Quora given below.
The very first interesting thought came in my mind that what was the first question asked on Quora, a question-and-answer site where questions are asked, answered, edited and organised by its community of users. Here is the answer and other interesting facts.
- The first question asked on Quora was on 5th October 2009 and the question was “Who are all of the Quora employees?. ”
- Quora was probably operating on test mode during Revisions 1 through 440. The revision #442 saw addition of the first ever question.
- In revision 443 the Topic added to question by Adam D’Angelo.
- Revision #441 was the addition of the topic Python (programming language). Hence, first current topic was added before the first question.
- The second question asked on Quora was “How can I find office space for a startup in Downtown Palo Alto?”
- The third question asked on Quora was “Is it possible to run multiple instances of Firefox at once on the same computer?”
- The fourth question asked on Quora was “What’s the best mid-sized company to work for in Silicon Valley?”
- The fifth question asked on Quora was “What are the most important qualities that I should look for in a web designer?”
- The company was founded in June 2009, and the website was made available to the public on June 21, 2010.
- Quora was co-founded by two former Facebook employees, Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever.
- Adam D’Angelo, said that he and Cheever were inspired to create Quora because “we thought that Q & A is one of those areas on the internet where there are a lot of sites, but no one had come along and built something that was really good yet.
- In August 2016 Quora announces the support for the Spanish language, till it was available in English only.