Russian President Vladimir Putin set a record on Thursday.
He was on live national television – answering the public's questions – for 4 hours and 47 minutes.
That was longer than any of Putin's 10 previous live TV call-in shows.
And the Russian public apparently loved it.
According to the moderator, more than 2.5 million questions came in for the president – by phone, text or email.
Miriam Elder, The Guardian's Moscow correspondent, was monitoring the Q&A.
She was also live tweeting during the event, for what she called "sanity maintenance."
Elder speaks with Marco Werman about covering the live Q&A from the Press Center which was a cafe near the Kremlin, called George Best.