The polls stickers on Instagram Stories have proven to be so popular that you can now add them to your Facebook Stories as well.
Facebook has a history of success with polls. The truth is that users have always been very keen to receive feedback from their peers. And polls are a great way to do that. After disappearing from Facebook, they made their comeback a few months ago. Then came the new polls stickers on Instagram Stories.
Of course, Facebook was not going to miss out on the trend, right? Starting today, you can add polls stickers to your Facebook Stories. They are almost identical to their Instagram counterpart, just “bluer,” for obvious branding reasons.
A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the new feature, saying:
“Aside from Stories, you can already create a poll in your Messenger conversations, and we’ve heard from people that this is an incredibly helpful feature to get their friend’s opinions with bigger decisions like making weekend plans. Polls in Stories are an easy way to get feedback from a wider group of friends for the in-between moments in real-time.”
Perhaps you’ve also noticed how easy Facebook just made sharing Instagram Stories on your Facebook Stories. One tap. That’s all it takes.
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