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The long-awaited WhatsApp surveys are here. For a few days and progressively, Spanish users have already been able to enjoy and try this new function that has been included in the number one messaging app in the world, and today we are going to teach you how to use them on iOS, Android or the Web.

As of today, WhatsApp has more than 2,000 million users worldwide, and specifically in Spain, users exceed 35 millionwhich means that the 91% of the population of our country uses and has the app downloaded to one of your devices.

For this reason, the company works every day to improve the app and its features, and one of the most desired and expected tools by users were the surveys. This is mainly because this function is going to make decision-making much easier and fasterespecially in groups and the newly released Communities.

How to create a survey on WhatsApp iOS, Android and Web

Already widespread globally, WhatsApp surveys can be created and answered from any device that has the app.

In the event that you want to create a survey in a group, you must go to the group’s chat, and click on the menu To attach (the same as to send a document or photo). It is the option of a graph with three bars.

To create a survey you must ask a question, which can be up to 255 characters long, and add the answers you want. A total of 1 can be included2 options and these can be up to 100 characters maximum, the author will be able to order them as he prefers.

All members of the chat where the poll is sent will be able to respond, and at the moment it appears that yes multi selection is allowed. In addition, all members will be able to see the results of the poll and what everyone has voted for.

The company hopes that this will solve the eternal debates about going to eat, on vacation or which music group is the best. The surveys have already been officially extended in Spain, so if you still don’t have them, you may not have the latest WhatsApp update on your device.

Source: www.eleconomista.es

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J. A. Allen

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