If you've been on Instagram recently, then you probably know that it has welcomed a new feature.
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Instagram stories now has a polling option.
Instagram has been criticised after adding a feature to its app that reveals which way people have voted. "We are always working to make it easier to share any moment with the people who matter to you", a Facebook spokesperson told the publication.
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According to TechCrunch, Facebook has started rolling out a feature that would allow Instagram users to share their Instagram Stories directly on Facebook. Facebook's own Stories feature has been slower to take off.
Basically, Facebook is still trying to make Facebook stories happen, and quite like "fetch" it's never going to happen - Let it go Facebook. After all, no one uses Facebook Story. Facebook Stories might be livelier now.
In any case, when this option is rolled out, it will most probably cut down the trouble of manually uploading Stories on each platform separately.
You will then see an option that allows you to switch on the "Shre your story to Instagram" option. Your friends will answer you and see the results and you can see the results by just opening the viewers' list on your Story, and it will show your total vote count, who voted, and what the chose.