Twitter Spaces Launches Recording Update

Twitter Spaces Update Allows Users Record

  • An update has been issued to Twitter spaces that will allow users to record and save audio sessions to be replayed later
  • When hosts record Spaces sessions, they can make them available for other users for up to 30 days
  • Twitter is also testing a feature similar to TikTok’s that allows users to quote tweets with reactions

Twitter has updated its features on Spaces, allowing users to record and save audio sessions for replay later.

Twitter spaces

The platform which was created to rival Clubhouse will now allow users to save recordings for up to 30 days.

The new feature can be accessed on Twitter spaces just before the most begins a new session and all users that are in the meeting would see an icon on top of the Space indicating that it is being recorded.

In addition to recording the sessions, users will be provided with a link that will allow them to share the recording with interested persons.

Hosts may delete the recording at any time but Twitter will keep a copy of it for 30-120 days to go through the file and be sure there’s no abusive or harmful content.

Listeners can playback, fast forward, or pause the space recording from their timeline and also share it with other users.

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Meanwhile, the company has also disclosed that it is testing a TikTok feature, called ‘Quote Tweet with reaction’, which will allow users to react to a tweet with a video or photo.

Called reaction videos or photos Tweet Takes, these media are similar to TikTok’s video replies.

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