As a product manager at Facebook, setting goals for Facebook Stories would be a critical task. The first step in setting goals for any product feature is to understand the user needs and expectations. In the case of Facebook Stories, we need to understand how users are currently using the feature and what they expect from it. Once we have a good understanding of user needs, we can set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals for Facebook Stories. For example, we may set a goal to increase the number of users who engage with Facebook Stories by 20% over the next six months. To achieve this goal, we would need to identify the key metrics that we want to improve, such as the number of daily active users, the time spent on the feature, and the number of shares and comments on the stories. We would also need to develop a plan to achieve these goals, which may include improving the user interface, adding new features, and promoting the feature through marketing campaigns and social media influencers. Finally, we would need to track the progress of our goals regularly and make adjustments as necessary to ensure that we are on track to achieve them. With the right approach and strategy, we can set and achieve meaningful goals for Facebook Stories and continue to provide value to our users.