What Will Be Happening?
Use the future continuous to discuss an activity that will be happening at a specific point in time in the future.
Subject + will + be + verb + ing + (object(s))
They will be developing a plan to lower our distribution costs at the meeting tomorrow.
Subject + will + not + be + verb + ing + (object(s))
He won't be changing the operations scheduling system next quarter.
(Question Word) + will + subject + be + gerund form of verb?
How good will the optical guided system be working when the special strip on the floor is worn away next year?
NOTE: All subjects take 'will be'
In many cases, the future continuous form (will be doing) is substituted by the future with 'going to' or the present continuous. The future continuous stresses the action that will be occurring at a precise moment. However, these three future forms convey the same idea with little or no change in meaning.
I'll be meeting Jack tomorrow at 10. - I'm meeting Jack tomorrow at 10 OR I'm going to meet. Jack tomorrow at 10.
Time expressions for Future Continuous
Here are some of the most common time expressions used with the future continuous:
this time next month / year / week
at + time
in X time
Abby won't be writing down each electronic product code when he's trained on the computers next week.
Janet will be using the optical scanner-reader when the power is shut off next week.