Since the end of 2019, the Stack Overflow Twitter account has been tweeting out questions from around the network, using the hashtag #StackOverflowKnows (see one of the latest examples). Users can submit questions by tweeting using the same hashtag. I'm a fan of it; while it's of course biased towards larger sites because of larger userbases and higher traffic, it's still nice to see the company promoting questions on the network, as opposed to Stack Overflow itself or the trilogy sites.
That said, I have a small suggestion to make: Can we change the hashtag the account uses from #StackOverflowKnows to #StackExchangeKnows? The majority of the content is from network sites, not stackoverflow.com or the company itself. Therefore, it seems a bit weird to promote questions from the network but implicitly kinda ignore that. It's a little thing, but little things have a tendency to build up and make a difference. I think this is a case where one of those little things could be fixed pretty easily.