Twitter Polls: Now Everyone Can Create Polls on Twitter!
Twitter has launched Twitter Polls for users across the world. They are being rolled out in phased manner and everyone should be able to create polls on Twitter in coming days. If you are one of the Twitter users who have big following, it may have already been rolled out for you! Go to Twitter on the web, and try to create a new Tweet, and see if you get a option to create a new poll.
While there are dozens of websites who offer to create polls, Twitter’s launch of polls is surely going to bring about a spurt for creating polls. Millions of users are very active on Twitter on daily basis, and polls will now be a great way for them to gather public’s opinion on everything.
Twitter Polls are also going to be great for brands, marketers, and research agencies – For them , polls can be great new way to engage with Twitter’s massive audience and understand exactly what people think. For those participating, it’s a very easy way to make their voice heard.
Earlier too, it was possible on Twitter to gather public opinion by asking questions, tracking replies, tallying favourites, retweets and hashtag votes. But, with polls, it has become super simple for anyone and everyone to quickly create a poll and make it public on Twitter.
Few popular Twitter accounts have already started using Polls. For example Amitabh Bachchan already put out a poll asking what will be the result of 5th One Day International between India and South Africa, now that the series hangs in balance at 2-2 each.
Here is the Twitter poll for the same.
T 2036 – India v Saf ODI series 2-2 ! What will be result of 5th ?
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) October 23, 2015
Popular Indian Comedy group, All India Bakchod also put out a poll as to ‘What should we eat for lunch – Rajma-Chawal or Roti-Dal Makhni’. Here is the poll for the same:
— All India Bakchod (@AllIndiaBakchod) October 22, 2015
One thing is for sure, we are going to see lot more interesting polls on Twitter in coming days. This is great new feature addition to Twitter.
Note: On our Twitter accounts, we could not create any polls as it seems the feature has not been opened for all.