Twitter Opens Audio Space For Users with 600 or More Followers

 

Twitter Announced that Clubhouse like, Spaces features are now accessible to all iOS and Android users with over 600 followers.

 

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This is a big addition to Spaces which has been in limited testing mode so far, especially for Android, which was started experimenting last March. The push to open up space for Android users is partly due to Clubhouse’s lack of Android options, and these new changes will put even more pressure on the Clubhouse team.

 

According to Twitter:

“We’re bringing the ability to host a Space to all accounts with 600 or more followers on Twitter. Based on what we’ve learned so far, these accounts are likely to have a good experience hosting live conversations because of their existing audience. Before bringing the ability to create a Space to everyone, we’re focused on learning more, making it easier to discover Spaces, and helping people enjoy them with a great audience.”

How Spaces Work?

On Twitter for iOS and Android, when somebody you follow begins or talks in a Space, it’ll show up at the highest point of your course of events as a purple bubble however long it’s live. At the point when you join a Space as an audience, you can respond to what you hear with emoticons, look at any stuck Tweets, track with inscriptions, Tweet or DM the Space, or request to talk.

Join a space over Twitter

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As you can see in the above image you can join a space & send request to speak in a space.

Caption in Space

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The above image showing Caption in Twitter.

When you join a room as a speaker, in addition to speaking, you can post tweets in the room, add subtitles for everyone to follow, and tweet to the room for your followers to join.

Tweets in a Space you’re speaking in

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when you make a Space, you’re in charge – who’s talking, the subjects, and the energy. Welcome individuals to join by Tweeting or DM’ing them to hop in and afterward welcome them to talk straightforwardly from your Space. From that point, talk about whatever is going on in your world.

Anybody can report and hinder others in the Space, or report the Space. Additionally, individuals you’ve hindered can’t join a Space you’re facilitating, and you’ll see labels & warnings on the off chance that somebody you’ve obstructed is talking in a Space you join.

You can get more info about how spaces work here.

Conclusion

Twitter Spaces will definitely be a new efficient tool in the audio social world. Its a matter of interest to see that who will grab more attention as other social media sites like Facebook is also working in the same area.

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