Twitter Spaces: All Android, iOS Users Can Now Host Their Own Space


The Twitter space has been expanded to all users. The Space team announced on Thursday that users on both Android and iOS will now be able to create their own chat rooms. The clubhouse-style feature, which lets users create public and private audio chat rooms on the microblogging platform, was first announced last year for select groups. It is now finally reaching a wider audience. Initially, only users who had more than 600 followers on the platform could host Spaces. Now, all users – no matter how many followers – can discuss on Twitter.

NS empty space The team tweeted about the update on October 21. User can start a space by long pressing on AccountabilitySelect the e button on their timeline and then set of points Mark. you can tap start your space to turn on the mic. The Space can accommodate up to 11 speakers at once.

When you follow someone or speak in a space, it will be displayed with a purple bubble at the top of your timeline as long as it is live Twitter For iOS and Android. When you join a Space as an audience, you can respond with an emoji, view any pinned Tweet, follow with a caption, tweet, or send a Space host Can send direct message, or request to speak.

Twitter began rolling out Spaces in late 2020 when the audio-based social networking was attracting huge user traction around the world. But its testing was limited to iOS only, which was later expanded to include Android users. March this year. Since then, Twitter has been busy releasing a number of new features for Spaces that rival club house Application.

In May this year, Spaces accessed the web, and in September, Twitter converted Spaces to . updated with Recording and Replay Features, to allow people to listen after the audio conversation has taken place. Although some features are limited to the Spaces mobile app only, Twitter is actively working on bringing more to the web app.