Twitter Spaces Recordings Can Now Be Listened to on Android, iOS, and Web

Twitter Spaces is getting a podcast-like feature that allows users to listen to recordings of discussions on the platform. With the latest update, all users on Android, iOS and the web can listen to the recording of Twitter Space. Earlier it was limited to iOS users. Additionally, the platform will allow hosts to record space on both iOS and Android. The announcement from Twitter comes after rival Clubhouse introduced the ability to record and replay sessions in September this year.

NS Twitter Support Team on Tuesday, December 7 tweeted About the new update. As mentioned, with the new functionality, listeners and hosts can reach a wider audience with recordings. Twitter Space,

Some hosts can now tap and record their spaces on Android and iOS record space Option before starting space. Then a recording icon will appear at the top. Once the space runs out, the host will see how many people participated in the space along with a link to share the recording via tweet.

If the host chooses to record a space, the recording will immediately become publicly available once the live space ends. Recordings can be deleted using more icon on the recording itself. Twitter will retain audio copies for 30 to 120 days after review ends for violations. Twitter Rules,

The microblogging website is adding tons of new features to rival in its space club house, Twitter in November roll over A feature that allows everyone to listen to Space Audio through a direct link. It allows users to share direct links to their spaces with others, and invitees can participate in audio sessions via the web without having to log into the platform. With the new update, even people without a Twitter account can access Space Audio. However, they will not be able to participate in the audio broadcast.

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Nitya P Nair is a journalist with over five years of experience in digital journalism. He specializes in business and technology beats. A foodie at heart, Nithya loves to explore new places (read cuisine) and sneak into dialogues from a Malayalam film to spice up the conversation.

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