Twitter spaces can finally be saved | Technology/Tools

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SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 19 – Twitter continues to expand its audio services. The social network is increasingly promoting its Spaces feature, which offers 100% audio rooms. Users can now listen to chats even after they are live. It works as a kind of replay available on Twitter, like a podcast.

Did you miss a discussion on Twitter Spaces? No problem. The social network has created its own remodeling system. From now on, users can listen to Spaces conversations for 30 days after they are broadcast. Users can choose to record their chat, which gives them the option to restart chats later. Twitter revealed that this feature is available for iOS and Android users.

In December 2021, Twitter already allowed a small number of users to record a Spaces session on the iOS app, Android app, and the web. With the advent of audio on social networks, the platform has continued to improve its new tool, including a private tab within the application. Monetizing the new tool was also one of Twitter’s goals, launching “Ticketed Spaces,” podcasts that require paid entry. By implementing a 30-day restart, Twitter is doing its best to enhance the audio content of its platform and get closer to the podcast world. – ETX studio

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Samantha Arnold

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