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LinkedIn Retires its Group Polls Feature

One way to grow social engagement is through polling your audience. Polls let an organization build good will and gain quick responses to single-issue questions. Web surveys can also reach a wider audience than traditional surveys and are cheaper to administer. And online data processing enables a timely dissemination of the results. As of May 15, LinkedIn will remove the Group Polls feature: At LinkedIn, we aim to provide a simple and efficient experience for our members.
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