Twitter Spaces, a feature that allows users to host or join live audio conversations on the platform, now allows all hosts on Android and iOS to record a session, which will be available for public playback for a limited time is provided. It’s the second major update in this regard since the recording feature was introduced on October 28th. Last month, Twitter Spaces gained a podcast-like feature, allowing anyone on Android, iOS, and the web to listen to a recording of the platform’s discussions.
According to the company’s latest update on Twitter Spaces, the option for hosts to record is now available to all users on Android and iOS. It was previously available on iOS for a limited number of people. Additionally, hosts on Android and iOS can tap the “Record Space” toggle when launching a Space to “make it available for public playback for 30 days after the Space ends.” Previously, it was only available for iOS users, and the feature later expanded to Android and web.
Recently, Twitter announced that it is testing a TikTok feature called Quote Tweet With Reaction, which will allow users to react to tweets with photos and videos by tapping the icon in the retweet menu. Twitter calls these reaction videos or photos Tweet Takes and is similar to TikTok’s video responses. The feature is currently being tested on iOS.
Twitter also announced various initiatives to provide proper knowledge before casting their votes in the upcoming general elections in five states of India. “Elections are when people turn to Twitter to find credible information about voting, learn more about candidates and their platforms, and engage in healthy civil society debate and conversation. As a service for the public conversation, Twitter is committed to empowering people to make informed choices when exercising their civil rights,” Twitter said in a statement.
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