Twitter is working on a new set of interactive Cards that would allow people to run polls natively across its social network.
The website BirdOps, is a testing platform for twitter devs and staff to develop new tools. According to a few test tweets, most of which link back to the BirdOps site, it’s clear that the company is looking to bring publishers a way to run polls without having to turn to third-party options. We first stumbled across BirdOps from these test tweets linking back to the platform.
One key advantage this would offer is the ability for users to interact without being redirected away from Twitter, which would likely improve engagement rates with any polls. Oddly, while the poll Card appears on Twitter, it doesn’t show when embedded, as below.
— Lyndsay Iorio Signor (@LyndsaySignor) September 23, 2014
Below is how it appears on-site.
Twitter declined to provide comment for this article.
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