(CNN) - CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper became the first journalist to tap into the social media app Jelly, asking people to weigh in on President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
Jelly is a new app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone that lets users ask questions using pictures.
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Replies can be drawn right on top of the image (think Perez Hilton).
First, Tapper reached out before the big speech to find out what issues people wanted Obama to touch on.
Many Jelly users asked for topics that did indeed make Obama's address:
But others weren't mentioned at all:
And some Obama definitely didn't touch upon but it would have been awesome if he did.
After the speech, Tapper asked for immediate reaction:
Some of the responses were positive:
Others were less enthusiastic:
One was so negative we had to censor it:
And one guy didn't comment on the content, but called for less clapping: