Twitter has introduced Spaces, where live audio conversations take place and users can join in on public conversations, even if they are not following a user. Spaces also allow users to react with emojis. It is also working on automatic captions within Spaces.
The Twitter spaces allows a user to create room which other people on Twitter can join and have live audio discussions on any topics they like. However, it is not like you can speak at any moment you like, those who can speak will be selected by the room creator while the rest can stay and listen.
Here’s how you can create and join Twitter Spaces:
How to create Twitter Space?
- Open Twitter.
- Long Press on the Compose tweet button.
- You will see a new Spaces icon next to it. Click on it to start your Space.
- Users can also go to their profile picture in Fleets.
- Scroll to the right on Fleets and tap Spaces.
How to invite people on Twitter Space?
A host on a Twitter Space has the controls to allow users to speak. A host could restrict space to only invited people or open it to everyone or the people you follow. While n number of users can join in and listen to speakers, at a time, only 11 people can speak in a Twitter Space.
If you’re hosting a Space, you can let in listeners by DMing them the link to your Space. Alternatively, you may also share the link elsewhere or tweet it out. Listeners can also request for permission to speak in a Space. The host can then grant or revoke the ability to speak from any listener in the Space.