Technology Instagram adds the questions sticker, a new way to poll your friends

16:01  11 july  2018
16:01  11 july  2018 Source:   theverge.com

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  Instagram may let you ask questions in Stories You can already run polls in your Instagram Stories, but what if you'd like your feedback to be a little more verbose? You might get that wish. A tipster for Android Police has shared what looks to be a test for a questions feature in Stories -- add it to your creation and your friends can type their own answers, which you'll see listed by user. We've asked Instagram if it can confirm details, but the rollout doesn't appear to be too region-specific. You're looking at an Indonesian user's screen above, while Italians have also reported seeing the option.

In October, Instagram added a polling feature to its ephemeral stories. Today, the company is introducing a new twist on polling with the questions sticker , which lets your friends submit questions for you to answer in a subsequent story post. Instagram says it’s “a way to start

Instagram has announced a new variation of its polling sticker for Stories: now there’s an emoji slider that lets you ask and answer questions with an animated emoji on a sliding scale. For example, you could have a slider to ask how an artist’s new single is or how ️ friends like their food.

a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by The Verge In October, Instagram added a polling feature to its ephemeral stories. Today, the company is introducing a new twist on polling with the questions sticker, which lets your friends submit questions for you to answer in a subsequent story post.

Instagram says it’s “a way to start conversations during moments when you don’t necessarily have a photo or video to share.” In other words, it’s a way to ensure that people continue posting even if they have totally run out of content ideas.

The new feature can be found in the sticker drawer. Tap it, type out a prompt, and place it on your post. When friends see it, they can tap the sticker to send replies. Somewhat confusingly, replies will appear in the list of people who have viewed your story, which appears in the bottom-left corner of the post. (Wasn’t Instagram Direct built for this exact sort of thing?)

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It’s a fun new way to start conversations with your friends so you can get to know each other better. Add a question sticker to your story by selecting it Along with the polling sticker and emoji slider, the questions sticker gives you another easy way to get closer with all of your friends on Instagram .

friends Instagram has announced a new variation of its polling sticker for Stories: now there’s an emoji slider that lets you ask and answer questions with an animated Google I/O 2018: All the new features coming to the Google Assistant | Digit.in - Продолжительность: 5:59 Digit 4 080 просмотров.

a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by The Verge From there, you can tap the question to create a new story post. The question will be inserted into the story, and you can answer however you like. You’ll know who asked the question, but their username or photo won’t appear in the post.

The questions sticker is rolling out on Android and iOS.

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