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Messenger adds Facebook Polls to the stories feature

Facebook Polls

Facebook Messenger is adding another element to its Messenger application that may help amid those circumstances you’re feeling especially uncertain. With Polls, users would now be able to present questions on their Stories for their companions to vote on.

While Polls are likely related as a component on Instagram, it isn’t totally new to the Messenger stage. For some time now, users have possessed the capacity to make in-chat polls between group chats among companions. However, since your Story on Messenger is additionally shared on Facebook, you’re ready to open up your inquiries to considerably a greater amount of your Facebook friends— you know, in the event that you require more feedback than what a cozy gathering can give.

To present a Poll on your Messenger Story, you should simply take a photograph or video and select the “polls” sticker from the stickers’ icon. When you have set it over your content, you would then be able to type your inquiry and redo the answers for your watchers to pick between. Subsequent to posting it, your supporters on Messenger would then be able to begin voting and are additionally ready to see the outcome in real time.

On the off chance that you need to see the outcomes yourself, you can get to them through your Story by swiping up to see the watchers list to perceive what number of votes each answer got. The voting procedure isn’t mysterious either — the watchers list will demonstrate to you who particularly voted in favor of each answer. The individuals who see your Story can likewise answer to it by writing their reaction at the base which will then open the discussion in Messenger.

Inside ongoing months, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg communicated that Stories would be a concentration for the organization. Beginning half a month back, Facebook started revealing an assortment of updates to Stories keeping in mind the end goal to give its users more approaches to improve them.

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