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All Users Can Now Record On Twitter’s Spaces

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The microblogging app has announced that users can now record on its Twitter Spaces.

Alongside it said that the recording would be available for public playback within 30 days after the Space ends.

The feature would be available to all users; iOS, Android and web users.

They would be able to use the feature while setting up a Space chatroom.

“Another update on Spaces Recording: The option for hosts to record is now available for everyone on Android and iOS! When starting a Space, tap the “Record Space” switch to have it available for public playback for 30 days once the Space has ended.”

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If you are in a Space that is being recorded, you will see an icon at the top of the Space letting you know it is being recorded.

However, this is not the first time Twitter is introducing the feature.

In October, the feature had been available to some hosts, promising to release to others in the coming weeks.

Twitter has steadily been adding more features to its Spaces since its release.

Not too long, it granted users the ability to add co-hosts and up to 10 speakers.

Also, it granted creators the ability to earn money through its platform.

About Twitter Spaces

Twitter’s Space is a voice-based chatroom created by Twitter to hold discussions on topics of interest.

Users can have audio discussions without harassment and abuse from trolls.

This is because Twitter has provided the necessary tools for content creators to control the platform.

Also, users can see everyone involve in the chat and who is speaking at the time.

Twitter Space was introduced in October 2021.

Implication for you

You can check the feature out and see if you can access it, as said by Twitter.

This is one of the ways Twitter is showing that it is working to improve users’ experience.

Also, share with us in the comment section your experience of using the feature or if you’ve listened to a recorded room.

Agbaje Naomi is a writer at Techuncode. She is a communication enthusiast who enjoys putting her heart into her work. She is versatile; she loves to know about anything possible. If Naomi is not writing she is probably watching a movie or looking for something productive to do.

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