A couple of months ago, Twitter added a new feature on the platform known as Spaces which is an audio room where people can join in and communicate. Since the launch of Spaces, the company has been working to make it better and provide an improved experience.
The latest update for the Spaces is the rollout of the new record and share feature which can be done by the host. A month ago, the company shared a preview of how the Spaces record option would look like, and finally, the feature has been officially released.
Unfortunately, the record feature will currently be available for specific Twitter Spaces hosts on iOS, and “within a few weeks”, as claimed by the company, would be available for all the hosts. Using this feature, the host can record their broadcast and share it after it ended so that the users who missed it can listen or anyone who likes can replay it.
If the host is recording the broadcast, all the participants in the audio room would be notified about it. Once the broadcast is finished, the recording will be saved only for 30 days for sharing purposes. Hosts can also delete their recorded Space broadcast anytime. The company said that it will keep the recording for up to 120 days in order to check if it is free from abusive and hateful content.
A week ago, Twitter made its Spaces available to all the users on iOS and Android platforms. According to the sources, it has been revealed that the social media giant has not stopped the grind and is testing out another feature for the Spaces i.e., a dedicated tab as competition to its competitor, Clubhouse.
Moreover, Twitter has created funds for the content creators on the platform. Additionally, is also piloting the ticketing feature for Spaces audio rooms where the interested users would have to pay in order to enter and participate in the Spaces.