Twitter is launching a new feature called Spaces for iOS and Android. Users will be able to join and listen to a recorded Space, create a Space, and even invite people to join.
Ticketed Spaces on Twitter is a new service that allows people to purchase a ticket to join conversations and events. The service is in beta, so it’s not yet available to everyone.
Currently, users who want to host a Space must have at least 1,000 followers and have hosted three Spaces in the past 30 days. Creators who regularly host Spaces may earn money from ticket sales.
Users can set the price for a ticket. They can choose from $1 to $999 per session. In addition, they can limit the number of tickets that are sold.
To create a Space, you’ll first need to have an email address and a Twitter account. Once you have the required information, you’ll be able to set up your Space. You will also need to allow 2fa, and make sure that your account has two-factor authentication.
New clipping tool
Twitter is testing a new clipping tool that will let hosts of Spaces cut up to 30 seconds of audio from a recorded Space. The company says that the feature is available to select Spaces hosts on iOS and will roll out to the rest of the world “real soon”.
The new tool will allow Spaces hosts to tweet out a snippet of an event with a link to the full recording. While the ability to do this has been around for some time, this is the first time it has been offered to the public.
Twitter is not the only company to experiment with an audio clipping feature. YouTube and Amazon have introduced similar features in the past. Although Twitter isn’t quite as big as its rivals, it has a lot to offer in the audio arena.
Twitter recently unveiled a new feature to its Spaces app. The feature is called the Spaces tab and it provides a dedicated space for users to access all of the Spaces they are interested in. However, Twitter has not revealed if the feature will be available to everyone.
Currently, only Twitter users with at least 600 followers can host Spaces. But the company is looking to change this. It has been testing a new feature that will allow selected Spaces hosts to share a brief 30 second audio broadcast. This feature is aimed at making the live audio broadcast experience more interactive and engaging.
Another noteworthy feature is the Spaces Recording feature. The recording feature allows listeners to replay the recorded Space. In addition, Twitter has rolled out a new feature that will give hosts and co-hosts analytics about their Spaces.
Users can now listen to a recording of a Space
Twitter has rolled out a new feature to users on all platforms, letting them listen to recordings of Spaces. The feature is now available for Android and iOS users.
To listen to a recorded Space, simply head to the Space in question and tap the “Rec” button. Once you do, a recording icon will appear on the top of the page. You can then pause, play, rewind, or skip the recording.
In the past, only select hosts on the iOS app were able to record and listen to Spaces. This has now expanded to all iOS users, as well as some Android hosts.
When a Space is being recorded, the host will be notified. They will also have the option to edit the start time and share the recording. A recording can be deleted at any time.
Users can invite people to join a Space
Twitter Spaces are a new addition to the social network that allows participants to interact in real time. The feature has been designed to allow users to share ideas and learn from each other in an engaging manner.
Users can join a Twitter Space by tweeting about it, or by receiving an invitation from the host. There is no limit on the number of people who can listen in, but only a limited number of speakers can speak. This allows for a true exchange of ideas and understanding of the audience’s needs.
Spaces are available for iOS and Android devices. If you want to participate in a Space, you must have an account with more than 600 followers. You can also host a Space, but you must invite co-hosts.