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Results: you shall be missed, Vine, but your spirit lives on

Results: you shall be missed, Vine, but your spirit lives on
So, back in January, Vine died. Quick recap — it was a video-based social media, which only allowed you to post videos of up to 6 seconds. Unfortunately, despite gaining a fair bit of popularity, it just couldn't make enough money and the plug had to be pulled.

The most successful Vine users have managed to somewhat transition to Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, or even YouTube, and are trying to make their careers there. And surely, the first two have the proper tools — short video makers and story features that keep you on the top of your followers' feeds. So Vine's ghost is still around us. But we thought we'd ask you — do you miss the platform?

Here's how the poll went:

Do we miss Vine?

Yeah! Too bad it's gone
I used it a bit, but I can't say I miss it
Never liked it
What's a Vine again?

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