Twitter added the ability for users to make simple two-option polls to its service last week. Credit: Twitter, Inc.

Do you like this Tweet? Yes / No?

Twitter, the bite-sized message social network, last week began rolling out a new feature for its users, the ability to create polls. As of this writing, not everyone has the feature yet; it’s being rolled out in waves to the social network’s 320 million users.

Those who can use it can create a question other Twitter users can vote on that will remain active for 24 hours. How people voted is not shared publicly. One limitation of Twitter polls is that they can be created only with two answer options. And, as has been the case since the service began, there’s no option to go back and edit the Tweet.

Are you dressing up for Halloween?

— Statesman Shots (@StatesmanShots) October 28, 2015

In this space every week, we’ll define a tech term, offer a timely tip or answer questions about technology from readers. Email ogallaga@statesman.com.