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Twitter Polls

Polls embedded in tweets

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Todd Sherman
@tdd · Building stuff at @Snap 👻
Hey everyone - thanks for the questions and comments! We built polls as an extremely easy way for people to meaningfully engage on Twitter. Polls are simply to create, last 24 hours, and the fact that you voted and how you voted is not shared with your followers. The team and I are excited to see what people do with 2-choice polls and we're looking forward… See more

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Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've been playing with Twitter Polls for the past month. The engagement rate is remarkable (I've seen up to 10% of my followers engage with a poll); however, that's likely inflated because the feature is new. I honestly struggled to think of useful things to ask from my personal account but I can image several use cases for brands and for us with @ProductH… See more
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Todd Sherman
@tdd · Building stuff at @Snap 👻
Hey everyone - thanks for the questions and comments! We built polls as an extremely easy way for people to meaningfully engage on Twitter. Polls are simply to create, last 24 hours, and the fact that you voted and how you voted is not shared with your followers. The team and I are excited to see what people do with 2-choice polls and we're looking forward… See more
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Ben Lang
@benln · @askspoke
Been jealous of all those people with Polls enabled on Twitter. @rrhoover ;) Can't wait to finally try it :) https://blog.twitter.com/2015/in...
Josh Boldt
@joshboldt · Dev Intern, Astronomer
This is a fantastic way that Twitter is expanding beyond the limits of 140 characters. People use polls all the time (a la retweets and favorites) on Twitter. This is a fantastic addition to the platform. Love the pace of innovation from Jack and Team right now.
Seth Williams
@sethbwilliams · Web Designer
I second @rrhoover here. I love this new addition to Twitter and can't wait to try it out! Think it has the potential of being huge in collecting immediate feedback. However, why only two options? Doesn't that drastically limit the kinds of questions people can/will ask?