If you don’t already have the ability to create Polls in your Twitter posts, you will soon. Twitter has announced that all users will have the feature in the next few days, as it is being rolled out globally.
Also Read: Do We Really Need Twitter Polls?
Twitter Polls must include two answers to a question. So, I guess “Yes” or “No” type answers work best.
They also remain active for only 24 hours, so they are really made for people who want to do some quick polling and then let the people who answered know that polling is finished to see the results.
— Twitter (@twitter) October 21, 2015
The names of people who took part in a poll remain confidential but they do all get a notification to have a look at the results. If you have the ability to create polls, you will see the relevant “pie” button in your Tweet composer. Overall, they are a quick way to interact with people and get their opinion on something.
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It doesn’t matter if you only use iOS or Android because the feature is about to roll out to all platforms – including web – in the next few days. So, have you thought of anything cool to with Twitter Polls?
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