Instagram seems to be working on a new kind of stickers that will help brands further increase engagement with their Instagram Stories.
In September last year, WABetaInfo spotted a new Quiz Sticker in Instagram’s Android app code, a feature that would allow users to ask their audience a question and provide a series of multiple answers for them to choose from. The Quiz Sticker for Instagram Stories differs from Poll Stickers as people who answer can actually find out what the right answer is.
Instagram is testing a ‘Quiz’ sticker for Stories!
Unlike question or poll sticker, the Quiz sticker lets your story viewer know if they got the correct answer to your question.
— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) September 20, 2018
Instagram is working on Quiz Stickers pic.twitter.com/H8Iw6egzDt
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) February 2, 2019
Instagram has a definite “thing” for stickers. After launching the feature back in 2016, the platform now supports countdown stickers, questions stickers, music stickers, poll or emoji slider stickers, location stickers, hashtag stickers, current time or weather stickers, and selfie stickers…
More coming soon it seems!
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