1. Do you have your videos set to auto-play on your: a. desktop computer and/or b. mobile device?
(or if you don't know, just tell us if the videos auto-play or not in your newsfeed.)
A) Computer: I never selected a setting. Some videos auto-play (including many of TPRs); some don't.
B) Mobile Device: Not sure, it's been a while since I looked at Facebook on my iPhone.
2. Do you regularly "share" content from Facebook "page" (like the TPR page) to your own personal Facebook page? And have you shared something from the TPR page?
I don't share often, but I have on occasion.
3. What kind of content are you most likely to share? (Videos, Photos, News Stories, etc?)
I have shared photos and videos.
4. How long on average do you watch a video posted to Facebook for? Do you watch the entire video? First 30 seconds? Until you get bored?
Really depends. As busy as I am, I tend to spend limited time on Facebook; I don't have a whole lot of time for watching videos. That said, I watch TPR videos more than other videos on FB. If I start watching, I'll probably watch the whole thing. The shorter a video is, the more likely I am to watch.
5. How important are "video thumbnails" to you? (the image you see with the > Play icon before you click to watch a video)
Fairly important - this image is what grabs my attention.
6. What do you like/dislike about Facebook? What features do you use the most and which ones annoy you?
I like Facebook - a great way to stay in touch with friends. But I'm usually only on FB once or twice a day, as it eats up so much time. I mostly look at FB only when sitting down at a computer (whereas I look at Instagram more frequently on my iPhone). My biggest gripe about FB is too much content - some people post too much; FB repeats itself (each time someone comments on a post, FB bumps it up to the top of the newsfeed again); and FB shows me things that aren't relevant (I don't need to see each time a friend "likes" something or gets tagged in a photo). I wish FB was set up more like Instagram (and it used to be) - Instagram shows me everything once only, in chronological order; Instagram has less clutter and takes up less time.
7. Is there anything that TPR does or doesn't do on Facebook that you think we should be doing more/less of?
I like TPR's Facebook presence very much - you guys do an awesome job. Your content is fun and interesting, and you post the right amount. Your posts appear toward the top of my newsfeed, which means I'm interested / paying attention to you guys. Keep it up!