Twitter announced that it is testing a new feature to help users discover more Spaces on iOS and Android versions of the app. Currently, for some users Spaces which their contacts are listening to will appear on top of their timeline.
Inspired by ClubHouse audio chat rooms, Twitter launch Spaces earlier this year to allow users will 600 and more followers to host audio chat rooms to discuss a range of social, political, economic, personal, fitness, and other topics. Users’ response to the new addition must be positive because the company is regularly updating the feature. Recently, co-host capability to manage conversations was introduced on Spaces and it is reported that the Spaces’ audio-chat capability might be coming to the web version of the app.
Twitter is working to discover more Spaces, easily and privately
@TwitterSpaces announced the new option to enable users’ followers to see which Spaces they are listening to. Currently, under testing, all the Spaces of the people that users are following will appear on top of their timeline. And privacy concerned users can disable the feature in the app’s privacy and safety settings to hide the Space they are listening to from others.
we’re experimenting with ways to help you discover more Spaces. for some of you on iOS and android, if someone you follow is listening to a Space, you’ll see it at the top of your tl. you can control who can see your listening activity in your settings. send us your thoughts!