Twitter Rolling Out Polls
Twitter announced earlier today that the users will be able to create polls. The new feature is coming on desktop, Android and iOS in the next few days.
“If you want the public’s opinion on anything — what to name your dog, who will win tonight’s game, which election issue people care most about — there’s no better place to get answers than on Twitter. ”
— Twitter (@Twitter) October 21, 2015
Previously, the company offered to its users several different ways to participate in polls, such as asking followers to retweet to vote or to favorite, tallying hashtag votes, or tweeting a question and then tracking replies. But, with this new feature participating in polls will be a lot simpler.
Every Twitter user will be able to create two-choice poll, and it will remain live for exactly 24 hours. When the voting ends, those who participated will get a notification to see the final result of the voting.
“You can vote on any poll, and how you voted is not shared publicly.”
Users are pretty excited!
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