LinkedIn officially rolls out polls option

by WarriorForum.com Administrator
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Last month I wrote that LinkedIn was testing its own polls feature, and is now officially launching the new feature.



LinkedIn Polls work pretty much the same as with other platforms - users select the "create poll" option within the post composer, type in the questions, and enter up to four responses. Users will then choose the poll duration from anywhere between 24 hours to two weeks, perhaps add notes, and then publish to the feed. And just like with other platforms, users can track poll results in real-time, letting poll creators view whoever voted in, and which option they cast their vote for.

Once the poll timeline has lapsed, users can access full response data with instant insights, which gives the creator insights for better LinkedIn content in the future. And because it's LinkedIn, polls have more business value than the casual polls on Twitter or Facebook.

Chime in.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valentine1
    After their microsoft buyout.... downroadddd!
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  • Profile picture of the author Annie Ezell
    Good news, LinkedIn really needed that even though it is the biggest social network for professionals, entrepreneurs and business, it lacks somethings like this that would give more engagement and give more information with instant insights
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  • Profile picture of the author IsaacHunter
    I have already tested this feature and it seems to me that it will provide new opportunities and allow you to create more cohesive teams. So I love the new update. I love linkedin because it was there that I found a new job that completely changed my life. I was worried for a very long time and could not find a job, but soon I was faced with the fact that I simply could not pay my bills and I decided to do something. Then I decided to find a job no matter what and I accidentally stumbled upon some cool vacancy on linkedin. I urgently needed a recommendation and asked my brother to write me a cool linkedin recommendation to impress my boss. He used a template from the site and wrote a very cool and complete recommendation. So I got this job and you have no idea how happy I am.
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